reviewer[ ri-vyoo-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF reviewer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REVIEWER
I mean that he is really a literary man of some eminence, and not altogether a reviewer.
Ultimately Elfride would say, 'Oh, what a plague that reviewer is to me!'
It states that she joined the staff of The Freewoman as a reviewer in 1911.
And, according to one reviewer, the deficient sense of humour.
The Reviewer states that the journeys were made for another purpose.
We have seen how our Reviewer makes, let us now see how he unmakes, history.
Not having been reined up by Mather, it is in vain for the Reviewer to attempt it.
There is one point upon which the Reviewer is certain he has "demolished" Calef.
The Reviewer says: "We do not assert that this inference is not the correct one."
The Reviewer represents me as prejudiced against Cotton Mather.