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synonyms for prompter

  • efficient
  • expeditious
  • immediate
  • instantaneous
  • precise
  • punctual
  • quick
  • rapid
  • speedy
  • swift
  • timely
  • alert
  • brisk
  • eager
  • instant
  • ready
  • smart
  • willing
  • apt
  • on the ball
  • on the button
  • on the dot
  • on the nose
  • on time
  • unhesitating
  • vigilant
  • watchful
  • wide-awake
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antonyms for prompter

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  • delayed
  • late
  • later
  • slow
  • sluggish
  • tardy
  • apathetic
  • lethargic
  • unprepared
  • unwilling
  • negligent
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How to use prompter in a sentence

"She ought to marry the prompter or the box-keeper," said Nash.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
The effect is as unpleasant as that which is produced on the stage by the voice of a prompter or the entrance of a scene-shifter.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME XIIIJOHN LORD
He forgot what he had to say, and looked appealingly to the prompter, who prompted rather too loudly.
DR. JOLLIFFE'S BOYSLEWIS HOUGH
Maybe Mrs. Blythe would station her there somewhere as prompter, for fear that she might forget her speech.
MARY WARE'S PROMISED LANDANNIE FELLOWS JOHNSTON
Three times three they gave it without the need of a prompter.
THE FALL OF A NATIONTHOMAS DIXON
A sense of duty was the prompter, candor the interpreter, and good sense the judge.
THE POWER OF FAITHISABELLA GRAHAM
Love could no more be the radiant spirit of old, the prompter of impassioned words, the painter of bewitching scenes.
THE TRAIL OF '98ROBERT W. SERVICE
Editor Squires volunteered to act as secretary, prompter, interpreter, and everything else that his scoffing tongue could utter.
THE DAUGHTER OF ANDERSON CROWGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
Those speaking-tubes communicate with the stage door, prompter, box office, and acting manager.
THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME I, ISSUE 2, FEBRUARY 1891VARIOUS
But I confess to an unholy desire to get back at the prompter—the stage manager of the little comedy.
EMPIRE BUILDERSFRANCIS LYNDE
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