disk jockey

NOUN
  1. a person who announces and plays popular recorded music
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How To Use disk jockey In A Sentence

  • He shouted something about the Disk Jockey being a "bunkie" (whatever that was) and made a disparaging remark about the Disk Jockey's costume (like he was in a position to criticize), before hurling a punch that had a lot in common with some express trains. The Sinister Six Combo
  • I was a vagabond disk jockey on small stations with little income at age 30.
  • The disk jockey played a pastiche of speeches by the president - in the president's own voice - assembled to convey precisely the opposite of their original meaning.
  • Aside from all that writing, she has been a scaler in a salmon cannery, a reporter, photographer and darkroom manager for daily newspapers, a late show disk jockey and a communications consultant.
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