administrator

Part of speech: noun

One who administers.

Part of speech:

Administratrix.

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Usage examples "administrator":

  1. It also as a matter of course included Mr. Flack, for though the party had been proposed in the first instance by Charles Waterlow, who wished to multiply opportunities for studying his future sitter, Mr. Dosson had characteristically constituted himself host and administrator, with the young journalist as his deputy. - "The Reverberator", Henry James.
  2. It was the Attorney- General who solved the difficulty by giving it as his legal opinion that Major- General Brock, as Administrator of the Province, under the authority of his Commission from the King, had the power to dissolve the House and proclaim martial law, and that under the circumstances it was his duty to do so. - "Brock Centenary 1812-1912", Various.
  3. Alexander was, besides, much more than a conqueror; he was a first- rate administrator. - "Ancient Egypt", George Rawlinson Other: Arthur Gilman.