Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who writes letters; specifically, one whose profession it is to write letters for others.
- n. A book containing rules and examples for the use of persons unskilled in the writing of letters.
“He told The Post that "my daughter should be called letter-writer of the year.”
“He's a relentless caller and letter-writer, pressuring officials in Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”
“I left home with 2 loaves of bread and 2 pounds of Romano cheese," says one letter-writer.”
“Maybe two, if he was lucky-but then, Aaron was a crummy letter-writer no matter what so what was he expecting?”
“During the shutdown, newspapers across the country ran an Ann Landers column in which the letter-writer discussed all the wonderful things the Peace Corps did.”
“Here a woman is explaining what she wants written in her letter which the letter-writer writes out by hand.”
“The traditional letter-writer hence continues to be a fixture on the Indian landscape.”
“Meanwhile, a letter-writer in the Burlington Free Press says that the Vermont is in "aging demographic free fall.”
“I agree with some posters who have questioned why the fat that the letter-writer is only attracted to thin guys has escaped any questioning or concern.”
“So here's my own advice to the letter-writer, or rather, my own advice to myself several years ago when I was having similar problems: let yourself feel that anxiety, it's okay and even normal to feel awkward and silly and embarrassed around people you like.”
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