American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who operates a typewriter.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One whose occupation is writing with a type-writer.
- n. One who uses a type-writer.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A person who operates a typewriting machine; a typewriter.
- n. someone paid to operate a typewriter
- type + -ist (Wiktionary)
“To me blogging, the pain as a newbie or semi-literate typist is you need to find a piece of "data" to blog about, dig into it's properties like the URL, cutnpaste a selection of text and/or other media, upload an image, remember to credit the whole trail of sources linking to the story (becomes like an Oscars speach)”
“Right now I make money irregularly by working on and off as a kind of typist, I suppose, from home.”
“In all contexts except EVE, I've been using "typist," but I see how how "pilot" could apply just as well in any MMO.”
“Julia Gillard aka Lady Macbeth has claimed she was just a part-time "typist" in her”
“Incidentally, the most cruel -- and, alas, often apt -- term of abuse that pianists hurl at those colleagues whose playing they dislike / disrespect is "typist": the kind of performer who, while sitting at the piano, sounds rather as if he / she is actually sitting at the”
“I'm not a woman, but I know the default place for them in the corporation was "typist" not long ago.”
“Every novel is unique, because it makes its intentions known in its own way: at a certain point, it takes over and invents itself, and I'm just the typist.”
“I write with a pen longhand, and periodically send chapters to my wonderful typist to type up for me.”
“Then they are typed on a word processor by my typist.”
“But I honestly think a neutral observer of the process in Congress would conclude there was simply no plausible way to get a much bigger bill through that process. typist Says:”
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