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- n. A person who describes
- n. A person who scientifically reveals a new species by technically describing its characteristics and particularly how it differs from other species.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who describes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who describes or depicts by words or signs.
And a monk who considers a horse excellent, whatever his natural forms, can only see him as the auctoritates have described him, especially if "- and here he smiled slyly in my direction -" the describer is a learned Benedictine. "
Secondly, I'm especially not arguing about 9/11 or so-called "Truthers" (gosh, what a limp and vague describer)
Her favorite word to describer her work is “experiential.”
It can be something very general — a good ear for realistic dialogue, for instance, or a gift for helping the reader care about the protagonist — or something very specific, like being a magnificent describer of the interiors of automobiles or a world-class expresser of silent disgruntlement.
Wait, John McCain is supposed to be a lying racist, not an accurate describer of events.
The describer looks around at all of the things that are attributed with a particular name and attempts to put forth some common characteristics.
Within Blade of Tyshalle Stover illustrates in several sequences why he is, in my mind, the current preeminent describer of action sequences in speculative fiction, depicting actions that produce gruesome results with uncanny and realistic precision.
He was our eyes and ears, the describer of the moment.
But in extreme situations -- and invading Iraq with no particular and specific idea of what to do once there is an extreme situation -- an accurate description is likely to be rejected, and the describer treated as in-credible.
King, by reason of this passing good fortune and exceeding happiness, that no describer may avail to describe, for indeed it is above and beyond all description.
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