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- n. Someone or something that introduces.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, introduces.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which introduces; one who brings into notice, use, or practice.
- n. An instrument for introducing an intubation-tube; an intubator.
The introducer is the catalyst, not the focal point.
The "introducer" -- [Marshal of the court.] -- had opened it, and, after a hasty glance, exclaimed:
Peabody was well known as the introducer of the German kindergarten, and for her life-long zeal in behalf of all kinds of philanthropies and reforms.
We may have one Van Eyck,  who will be known as the introducer of a new style once in ten centuries, but he himself will trace his invention to some accidental by-play or pursuit; and the use of that invention will depend altogether on the popular necessities or instincts of the period.
Well, I'm very happy to say Frey's replacement as my introducer is the honorable lad, brilliant writer, and beloved d.l. Mr. Tony O'Neill.
He was an "introducer" because he brought his brother Peter to Our Lord; he introduced the lad with the barley loaves and fishes to Our Lord; and finally with Philip, came to introduce the Greeks to Our Lord.
He mentions also about being an "introducer" for a BBC-TV documentary on the United States and Mexico.
I was told that he held the position of official "introducer," or master of ceremonies, and that the guests under his guidance became known to each other, danced, rode, and married to their own and doubtless to his satisfaction.
Cleopatra now turned to the "introducer," waving her hand towards the throne and those who surrounded it.
Here they were interrupted by the "introducer," who announced the eunuch Mardion.