- n. Plural form of corrector.
“Two different life styles shown by the main correctors it is thinking time for two young men when they crash in to jail.”
“As for the 'correctors', yet more fish in the barrel FSJ.Nice.”
“I never get tired of reading the seemingly endless stream of 'correctors' that feel the need to correct FakeSteve on his running joke of country mix-ups.”
“I am sorry to say, that here we have one of the persons online who like to play "correctors" and "educate" peopel.”
“Luckily for the conservative correctors who post comments on TP an article by Amanda Terkel about a great new voice in the Tea Party movement was published yesterday.”
“Tang has smooth-talked or strong-armed many of them into becoming ICorrect members or "correctors" as he prefers to call them.”
“No verification process will take place; correctors are entirely responsible for their posts and the site "makes no guarantee regarding the reliability, accuracy, legitimacy or quality of any such postings".”
“My argument is against mystification: talking about "artisanal-style" products when they are generally made from dough that is subjected to aggressive treatment, thermal shock, and impaired fermentation—abuses whose results are supposedly repaired by myriad improvers, correctors, enhancers and preservatives.”
“MR: Wow, people trying to emulate pitch correctors.”
“We must be informers and correctors of the misinformation and lies that are out there.”
Looking for tweets for correctors.