English professor

NOUN
  1. someone who teaches English
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How To Use English professor In A Sentence

  • Then Jon Volkmer, an English professor, had what Holden Caulfield would have called a goddam terrific idea. NYT > Home Page
  • Mom Esther, a journalism teacher at Palo Alto High School, says she expected Susan to become an English professor.
  • In fact, he is a nice-looking, well-dressed, articulate English professor.
  • Donelle Ruwe, now an English professor at Northern Arizona University, grew up terribly gawky, a teen with glasses, a back brace and, yes, even headgear.
  • ` ln that case," said her father, `I don't think I want to be an English professor any more. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1)
  • The title story, lucid and witty, with an odd mixture of eroticism and quiet intellectualism, has an English professor trying to prostitute good conversation; a harder sell than the typical wares offered on the street.
  • Prof Abrahams, an English professor and senior vice-president of the Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada, won his rectorship by running a gruellingly public race in which he was interrogated by all "stakeholders" in the university community after a public lecture and televised interview procedure earlier this week. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • A few years back, I interviewed an American college English professor who started drinking whiskey to control his psychological demons.
  • English Professor Leland Ryken, in his recent book The Legacy of the King James Bible, identified four distinctive prose styles characteristic of the KJV: noun-of-noun constructions men of strength rather than strong men, woman of Samaria rather than Samaritan woman, interjections such as lo and behold to call attention to something important, the intensifying word verily and frequent and repeated use of the conjunction 'and.' Roy M. Pitkin: The King James Bible: 400 And Going Strong
  • The result is about as enthralling a story as the life of an English professor can reasonably be.
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