stenographer[ stuh-nog-ruh-fer ]SEE DEFINITION OF stenographer
Synonyms for stenographer | as inwriter
- newspaper person
- person of letters
Antonyms for stenographer | as inwriter
Synonyms for stenographer | as inclerk
- counter jumper
- office helper
- paper pusher
- paper shuffler
- pen pusher
- pencil pusher
- white collar
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STENOGRAPHER
The stenographer was to take his seat in this corridor, just outside one of the windows.
When he had completed his instructions to the stenographer, Burke turned to Gilder and Demarest.
He straightened a little, and again looked at the stenographer.
Then, as the stenographer entered, he went on with lively interest.
Garson cried; and he looked expectantly toward the stenographer.
The Inspector nodded dismissal to the stenographer, with an air of relief.
She had bought books, and was learning with the energy of a stenographer, to write and read.
I am beginning to think it will be Mary, or my stenographer.
So I went to Judge Buckner's office and borrowed his stenographer.
She is my stenographer, and most certainly not the woman who was in the theater to-night.