lecturer[ lek-cher-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF lecturer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LECTURER
"I don't think we can do better than go in and hear what the lecturer has to say," he said to the others.
No doubt this fairly presents Mark Twain, the lecturer of that day.
The lecturer says the Table was round so that every knight might be at the head of it.
We are not meant to loll at our devotions, as the lecturer told us.
The lecturer unlocked the outer door and ushered us into his room.
But I am prepared to think that the lecturer may not have meant it so at all.
I should not wonder if she came out as a lecturer on 'Woman's Rights' some time.
The lecturer went home thinking he had been told all about it, but he hadn't.
The lecturer was a swift talker, and we fell to taking notes busily.
As journalist and lecturer Kilmer was copious and enthusiastic rather than deep.
1580s, agent noun from lecture (v.).