American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A woman who narrates or coordinates a newscast in which several correspondents give reports.
- n. Sports A woman who is an anchor in a competition, such as a relay race.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a woman television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute. Female correlate of anchorman.
“Even Furuse's bosses at Japan's TBS network face the facts, quoting this spokesman who said "Furuse isn't the main anchorwoman, but the media have been reporting that the 'suikappu' will be on, so it's good PR, at least.”
“The danger of war should be removed and peace safeguarded in the Korean peninsula, said the message, which was also read by a North Korean anchorwoman in a state television broadcast monitored in Seoul.”
“The danger of war should be removed and peace safeguarded in the Korean peninsula," said the message, which was also read by a North Korean anchorwoman in a state television broadcast monitored in Seoul.”
“The danger of war should be removed and peace safeguarded in the Korean peninsula," said the message, which was also emphatically read by a North Korean anchorwoman, wearing traditional Korean dress, in a state television broadcast monitored in Seoul.”
“With Amanpour, Goldston said he was proud to have an anchorwoman on scene who doesn't flinch when jet fighters roar overhead.”
“The majority of the cases involve children or teenagers, but not all: Grace will talk about a 27-year-old television anchorwoman from Iowa who has been missing since 1995, for example.”
“Some of the more vitriolic regime propagandists, such as pouty anchorwoman Hala Misrati, were tracked down and jailed after Tripoli's fall, alongside thousands of other suspected Gadhafi loyalists.”
“Mr. Lee made his comment about the possibility of renewed dialogue during a 90-minute discussion with a television anchorwoman and a university professor.”
“The anchorwoman said she had not been allowed to portray the protests honestly and could not tell her viewers that the demonstrators' top demand was the resignation of Mubarak.”
““Another shark sighting today on the Jersey Shore,” said the anchorwoman.”
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