editor

[ ed-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF editor

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EDITOR

That editor must think that 'Jane Meredith' is full of years and ripe experience.

So you have resolved, Linda, that you don't want your editor to know your real name.

John opened his mouth to speak, but before he could say a word, the editor stopped him.

It had not been easy to interview the editor of the Daily Sensation.

I'll turn one of my chaps on to writing half a dozen letters to the Editor about it!

John smiled rather drearily, and then left the editor's room.

The correspondence produced a meeting, and the meeting a visit from Ned to the editor.

One who throws light upon a subject; as an editor by not writing about it.

"We can easily manage it," said the editor, continuing his advantage.

In the meantime Christian Vellacott had passed into the editor's room.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EDITOR

writers

nounperson who composes with language
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