Admonitor


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Ad`mon´i`tor


n.1.Admonisher; monitor.
Conscience is at most times a very faithful and prudent admonitor.
- Shenstone.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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En 1613 dejo este cargo y llego a ser consultor, admonitor y prefecto de estudios en el Colegio Todos los Santos de Nagasaki, aunque solo durante un ano, ya que al ano siguiente tuvo que salir como consecuencia del mandato de expulsion decretado por Tokugawa Hidetada.
This detached personification of instincts and desires which were once felt to be unacceptable, but which can be satisfied without responsibility in this indirect way, appears in other forms of the theme as a beneficient admonitor (e.g., William Wilson) who is directly addressed as the "conscience" of the person (e.g., Dorian Gray, etc.).