- phrase + maker (Wiktionary)
“The poet is a "phrasemaker"; true; but show us the man in these days who is more than a phrasemaker!”
“He too had borrowed the services of the jobbing phrasemaker.”
“The great phrasemaker who gave the dead horse its first figurative flogging also came up with the "mother of parliaments" line, which no doubt inspired Cash's admirable agitation to retrieve his statue from a dusty warehouse and put him back on display in Birmingham.”
“A prolific phrasemaker, he was noted for his slangy Broadway idiom.”
“But Jerry Brown, who is a good writer and a very notable phrasemaker, doesn't have to spend three months focusing on and building upon a blank page.”
“Toltz is a superb, disturbing phrasemaker -- Sex: the match that sets off human fireworks.”
“The LA Times recently called him “a superb, disturbing phrasemaker” (Seriously: does praise get any higher than that?) while The Wall Street Journal called A Fraction Of The Whole “a riotously funny first novel … that is harder to ignore than a crate of puppies, twice as playful and just about as messy” (OK: eww) then went on to say the book is “a sort of Voltaire-meets-Vonnegut tale” (OK: wow).”
“McOndo has many voices, but Fuguet remains the movement's founder and ranking phrasemaker.”
“I'm a mover of opinions, if you will; a raker of muck, a gangster of political science, a lethal phrasemaker, a ... well you get the idea.”
“And suddenly, once more, the impish delight of the phrasemaker bursts through.”
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