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synonyms for paraphraser

  • artist
  • commentator
  • editor
  • exponent
  • linguist
  • philosopher
  • scholar
  • writer
  • analyst
  • annotator
  • biographer
  • critic
  • decoder
  • delegate
  • exegete
  • expositor
  • guide
  • professor
  • reviewer
  • speaker
  • spokesperson
  • explicator
  • glossographer
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How to use paraphraser in a sentence

The paraphraser is now forced to appeal to a public intellectually lower than that he formerly addressed.
TALKS ON WRITING ENGLISHARLO BATES
Mrs. Wister is an excellent example of what might more correctly be called a “paraphraser” than a “translator.”
TALKS ON WRITING ENGLISHARLO BATES
Madame Tastu was also a translator, or rather a paraphraser, and an author of original poems of a sentimental kind.
A SHORT HISTORY OF FRENCH LITERATUREGEORGE SAINTSBURY
Emerson assumes that the reader is alert and knowing; the paraphraser, that he is a little inattentive and a little dull.
A HISTORY OF AMERICAN LITERATUREPERCY H. BOYNTON
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO PARAPHRASER

  • analyst
  • annotator
  • artist
  • biographer
  • commentator
  • critic
  • decoder
  • delegate
  • editor
  • exegete
  • explicator
  • exponent
  • expositor
  • glossographer
  • guide
  • linguist
  • paraphraser
  • philosopher
  • professor
  • reviewer
  • scholar
  • speaker
  • spokesperson
  • writer
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.