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Definition of machinator:
Usage examples for machinator:
Such formulas were just what eighteenth century writers enjoyed, and in attacking the problem of evil they clung to one of the most artificial if also one of the most typical persons in literature, the Elizabethan stage machinator Tragedy, - Ashley H. Thorndike.
The anti- Semite says: " The Jew is the preparer, the machinator the chief engineer of revolutions"; the impartial historian confines himself to studying the part which the Jew, considering his spirit, his character, the nature of his philosophy, and his religion, may have taken in revolutionary processes and movements. ” Secret Societies And Subversive Movements, - Nesta H. Webster.

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Cautious; circumspect.

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