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noun as in reporter

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Smartmatic’s lawsuit may test whether a network can be held financially responsible for things said by political commentators, or even by their guests.

The network’s lineup of anchors, hosts, producers and commentators was reshuffled, too.

Witten first retired after the 2017 season, and he spent 2018 as a color commentator on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football.”

As many commentators have noted, if nothing else Musk’s celebrity will give the industry much-needed publicity.

He also has worked as a paid part-time political and business commentator on Fox News.

He appears frequently on television as a political commentator.

This came across in the Showtime Omit the Logic documentary—in which you were a commentator—and it comes across here.

But one commentator—who also happens to have been cast in the film—has his own unique feelings about the movie.

Yet Palin—a former local news sports reporter and a current Fox News political commentator—is undeniably telegenic.

“I think the timing is incredibly regrettable,” New Zealand political commentator David Farrar tells The Daily Beast.

Doubtless the commentator habit is fixed in the nature of man; but it was pre-eminently mediaeval.

William Lowth died; a celebrated English theological writer and commentator.

Some scornful commentator has called this doggerel; but I would that all doggerel were as interesting.

I must now give my reasons, as every preceding commentator has given up the passage as hopeless.

Now he appears as a commentator of texts, who claims a monopoly in the solution of all questions of faith and ethics.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to commentator, such as: analyst, announcer, correspondent, critic, observer, and pundit.

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