contributor[ kuh n-trib-yuh-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF contributor
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(a contributor who had been drawing for Punch for some weeks).
He had, in 1773, become a contributor to the Exhibition of the Royal Academy.
For the school is not the only contributor to the education of a people.
At the age of thirteen he was a contributor to the "Anthologia Hibernica."
Well—I want you to put me down as a contributor for twelve-and-six.
And then I went in and concluded business negotiations with our contributor.
"No doubt he is a contributor to 'The Londoner,'" said the Parson, sarcastically.
I envy Mr. Cherry-Garrard so prolific and brilliant a contributor.
But this was evidently Dr. Gunther's first experience as a contributor to the press.
He became a contributor to Blackwood's Magazine, where his essay on Emerson appeared in 1848.