wordsmith

[ UK /wˈɜːdsmɪθ/ ]
[ US /ˈwɝdsˌmɪθ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a fluent and prolific writer
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  • They were written by celebrated writers such as Sholem Aleichem and Jacob Gordin (the first important "serious" Yiddish playwright), and popular wordsmiths such as Abraham Shaikewitz Schomer and Joseph Lateiner, whose reputations have been eclipsed by time. undefined
  • CHICAGO – President-elect Barack Obama’s wordsmith is moving to the West Wing. Obama’s Speechwriter Moves to the White House - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com
  • New York playwright Will Eno is an original, a maverick wordsmith whose weird, wry dramas gurgle with the grim humour and pain of life.
  • Milton, who worked as a film critic as well as an agency copywriter, was a wordsmith.
  • He is a patent attorney by day, web ninja by night, and helped me wordsmith the 960 copy.
  • I love listening to sermons, I really admire people who are wordsmiths who can craft words in a way that holds people's attention.
  • June 24, 2008 tags: carlin, wordsmith by Dale Challener Roe One Less Wordsmith « Write Anything
  • By making the acknowledgement, you certify that I am a linguistical genius, and admit to an awe and admiration of my wordsmithery. Think Progress » Memorandum To Tony Snow On The Use Of The Term ‘Tar Baby’
  • To be damned by a professional wordsmith, sneered at by a master of metaphor and allusion, well, it was beyond endurance.
  • Frowning, the wordsmith jerks the paper from the machine, its platen and feed roller clacking angrily in protest. The Torture Never Stops
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