Thesaurus / prompter


For once the dog recognised me as more intelligent or, at any rate, prompter than his master, and gave his whole attention to me.

Foe-FarrellArthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

The suggestion as to warships met with a prompter response than General Lee had expected.

The Prompter's business is with the world at large, and the mass of mankind are concerned only with common things.

Noah WebsterHorace E. Scudder

The wretch has dared to call on Mr. H. because he found his address in the Prompter.

The Battle of The PressTheophila Carlile Campbell

The actors surpassed themselves, though they had no prompter, and were loudly applauded.

The Memoires of Casanova, CompleteJacques Casanova de Seingalt

The prompter, a big red-faced fellow with a bull's voice, just then roared, "Swing your partners!"

The LashOlin L. Lyman

Already she could hear the agonized voice of the prompter whispering her lines, which he naturally supposed her to have forgotten.

The Camp Fire Girls' CareersMargaret Vandercook

Much better he should report to his prompter, Glossin, that we are indifferent or lukewarm in the matter.

Fifty-six actors make up a full company, each of whom must know perfectly from 100 to 200 plays, there being no prompter.

It seems there is a little hole on the stage with a hood over it, in which the prompter sits when opera is given.

Edison, His Life and InventionsFrank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin


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