1. At once instigator and leader, arbiter and propounder. 🔊
How to use Instigator in Sentences?
1. Sometimes, I fancy that the instigator of the crime was a man who was in love with me. 🔊 2. In its modern manufacture the catalyzer or instigator of the combination is not sunlight but porous carbon. 🔊 3. She corrupted her husband and her son, and she was probably at once the instigator of their crimes and the instrument of their punishment. 🔊 4. A few minutes later there emerged from the near-by door of the kitchen the real instigator of the present dispute. 🔊 5. He viewed her as the instigator to that horrible massacre which troubled his conscience, and her presence greatly distressed him. 🔊 6. The latter had been marked out to him as the instigator of a burglary which was to take place at that time to the detriment of Mme. 🔊 7. Instead of that, you were the instigator of that outrage this morning, when murder was almost done upon an inoffensive man who was my guest. 🔊 8. France is the one other successful modern republic; she was the instigator and friend of American liberation. 🔊 9. Sal gave him a brief account of all that had taken place, and when Doonan heard who was the instigator of the outrage he could hardly credit it. 🔊 10. The hint to Lord Frederick was given at the first opportunity, and proved as effectual as its instigator had foretold. 🔊 11. A woman was the instigator of the greatest crime ever recorded in history, the terrible massacre of St. Bartholomew. 🔊 12. She supposed that things of the kind were sometimes done, but only by men without morality, and it was almost intolerable to realize that her father had been the instigator of one of them. 🔊 13. The notable leader and instigator of the movement was Jose Marti, a patriot, a poet, and a dreamer, but a man of action. 🔊