editorialist

[ US /ˌɛdəˈtɔɹiəɫɪst/ ]
NOUN
  1. a journalist who writes editorials
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How To Use editorialist In A Sentence

  • The blatancy of this bribe, which sends all the wrong messages about the use of public funds, has yet to be fully absorbed by most editorialists.
  • Not a day passes without editorialists, commentators, statesmen and politicians coming up with new proposals and resolutions on how to counter the brazen conduct of neo-fascist groups and the wave of violence against foreigners.
  • Newspaper reporters, editorialists, letter writers and popular authors used the Ruth Snyder case to argue that women in the 1920s were threatening patriarchal centers of power, namely the family and state.
  • And that is also why profoundly literate editorialists still use hotspur to mean “a rash, impetuous, hard-driving person.” No Uncertain Terms
  • The story's got an alien terrorist and is written all mad editorialist while the prose is always the scurviest Things People Like to Write About; Or, This Week is Already Off to a Bad Start
  • Lastly, the discussion over individual quotas has thus far been confined to academic circles, government officials, those who speak on behalf of the fishing industry, and certain newspaper columnists and editorialists.
  • Our college professors, newspaper editorialists, and television commentators have never sought to teach us about the way the United States sets conditions of trade so that Third World countries end up being further impoverished.
  • The editorialist suggested that "Research in this field is likely to explode in the next few years?" and that "The time may indeed be coming for starting to reverse and prevent type 1.
  • These ‘genuine shifts in cohesion and cooperation’ the editorialist writes about did not arise from an inauspicious conjunction of the stars.
  • No editorialist at a major newspaper or television news commentator has even hinted at moral qualms over the American onslaught.
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