photographer

[ fuh-tog-ruh-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF photographer

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They compelled the photographer to sell them his photograph, and they all believe he is in love with them.

In addition to the women, there were a photographer and Boltt.

Because the picture might have been obtained from the photographer.

But that of your niece was obtained by our society reporter from the photographer who took it.

When all hands was through, that photographer was a spiled negative.

Panchito will accompany me to the photographer's, and save you the trouble!'

As they glanced from the photographer's proof to Pop they were not impressed.

The photographer looked to Brennan for an answer to this proposal.

Then to the photographer he added: "I'll accommodate you under one consideration."

The photographer, called in from another room, set up his camera.

WORD ORIGIN

1843, agent noun from photograph (v.). (Photographist also is attested from 1843).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PHOTOGRAPHER

press

nounpeople or person working in communications
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