Vocabulary Tips: Celebrant Vs. Celebrator

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Want to know the difference between a celebrant and a celebrator? Check this post and find out.

Source: Carolyn Acton Events

The Free Dictionary defined both words as a person who is celebrating. Merriam-Webster defined a celebrant as a person who celebrates something, and a celebrator is someone who  observes a notable occasion with festivities. Due to this, some people now claim that the two words can be used interchangeably.

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