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noun as in one who is interviewed

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Talk Hiring scores interviewees on their responses, taking into account factors such whether their answers contained a problem, action, and result, as well as the pace and volume of their voice.

Many streamers, broadcasters, interviewees, musicians, and others who frequently use microphones might need to adjust from their familiar position to accommodate this.

Steve Martin and Martin Short flip the talk-show-guest script by mocking the host, while Zach Galifianakis botches each entrance as the interviewee du jour by struggling with the curtain to the stage or bursting through the top of O’Brien’s desk.

Most interviewees attributed these experiences to meditating, but it’s important to note that the study authors didn’t rule out other factors nor did they establish that meditating caused these experiences.

Married interviewees born in the 1990s, acclimatised to only-child culture, have adopted a “wait and see” approach towards the possibility of having even a second child.

An amiable interviewee, he was more than willing to chat about acting technique, his wide range of screen roles, and much more.

A later skit on 30 Rock featured the “Walters” interviewer, played by Rachel Dratch, encourage her interviewee to “glerg.”

Once the subject was dealt with, once the interviewee had left the green room, it would be wiped clean.

In the words of one interviewee: “I have faith in the fact that the United States and President Obama are true to their word.”

Our careful journalistic distance from the interviewee evaporated.

Somehow both interviewer and interviewee avoid the ugly word whenever possible.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to interviewee, such as: respondent, dialogist, interlocutor, and subject.

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