concoctor
See concocter.

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  • concoct — concocter, concoctor, n. concoctive, adj. /kon kokt , keuhn /, v.t. 1. to prepare or make by combining ingredients, esp. in cookery: to concoct a meal from leftovers. 2. to devise; make up; contrive: to concoct an excuse. [1525 35; < L concoctus… …   Universalium

  • concoct — [kən kɒkt] verb 1》 make (a dish or meal) by combining ingredients. 2》 invent or devise (a story or plan). Derivatives concocter (also concoctor) noun concoction noun Origin C16: from L. concoct , concoquere cook together …   English new terms dictionary

  • concoct — /kənˈkɒkt / (say kuhn kokt), /kəŋ / (say kuhng ) verb (t) 1. to make by combining ingredients, as in cookery: to concoct a soup; to concoct a dinner. 2. to prepare; make up; contrive: to concoct a story. {Latin concoctus, past participle, cooked… …   Australian English dictionary

  • concoct — v.tr. 1 make by mixing ingredients (concocted a stew). 2 invent (a story, a lie, etc.). Derivatives: concocter n. concoction n. concoctor n. Etymology: L concoquere concoct (as com , coquere cook) …   Useful english dictionary

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