Synonyms for publisher
- fourth estate
Antonyms for publisher
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PUBLISHER
He wished now that he had asked Hinde to read it before it had been sent to the publisher.
The publisher of this paper will vouch for my entire reliability.
Found a publisher who thought his writings would sell to posterity.
He tells me he has secured a publisher, and that the book will be out in a few months.
I would sell my soul to a publisher for fifty pounds a year.
A "copyright" in heads is a good suggestion, and coming from a publisher too!
Jeter called the publisher of the leading newspaper for a conference.
"So this is why I couldn't get any satisfaction from the publisher," he observed.
Will you sit down and finish it, if I undertake to find a publisher?
Since then I have never bound myself to any publisher or editor.
mid-15c., "one who announces in public," agent noun from publish (v.). Meaning "one whose business is bringing out for sale books, periodicals, engravings, etc." is from 1740.