View definitions for letter writer
noun as in correspondent
The letter-writer is demanding $1 million not to release the returns, but the plot has the earmarks of a hoax.
The letter writer recalled a story that a girl once told him about Wilson.
She asserted that a “male acquaintance” was actually the elusive letter writer.
Even if the surprise arrives a few days after Christmas, we bet the letter-writer will still be thrilled.
Known as a prolific letter writer, President Bush self-typed a letter to me as I was leaving the White House.
Here Chopin is seen at his best as a letter writer; it would be difficult to find other passages of equal excellence.
Not that I know, but of course he found a letter-writer who can write English verree well, and so he wrote.
This was before he had learned to write fair English, and so was obliged to find a bazar letter-writer.
Having obtained the information, he records in his work the obligation to an anonymous letter-writer.
But he's pretty busy at the office, and not much of a letter-writer, except by way of a stenographer.
On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to letter writer, such as: contributor, journalist, reporter, writer, freelancer, and gazetteer.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.