Founding Fathers plural noun
- the delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787.
- (often lowercase) any group of founders: the town’s founding fathers.
British Dictionary definitions for founding father founding father noun
- (often capitals) a person who founds or establishes an important institution, esp a member of the US Constitutional Convention (1787)
founding father in Culture Founding Fathers
A general name for male American patriots during the, especially the signers of the and those who drafted the . John , Benjamin , Alexander , Thomas , James , and George were all Founding Fathers.