Synonyms for foreign correspondent

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In his youth he was a foreign correspondent and sub-editor of The Times.

I had never had, and never expected to have, a foreign correspondent.

His son has been foreign correspondent to one of the London papers for years.

Latterly he acted as foreign correspondent to various newspapers, and d. at Paris reconciled to the Church.

Mention is made of this foreign correspondent rumour only because it has been printed and reprinted.

One of them has been indiscreet enough to give this address to some correspondent—probably a foreign correspondent.

This, and more that might be said, has made a foreign correspondent's life in Europe unattractive, to say the least.

She always talked in the close-packed style of a foreign correspondent who telegraphs at a dollar a word.

He was foreign correspondent for some big New York syndicate papers over there.

Foreign correspondent for different magazines both before and during the War.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT

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nounreporter
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