Definitions

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  • n. One who brainstorms.

Etymologies

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brainstorm +‎ -er

Examples

  • The epitome of the multihyphenate, she is a polo player, an interior designer, a fashion designer and a brand brainstormer.

    Meredith Barnett: Sara Rotman, Accessories Entrepreneur and Branding Genius, Shares Her New Year's Resolutions

  • While Ms. Welch is methodical about editing, spending hours or days "singing songs around in a circle," Mr. Rawlings is a brainstormer at ease with "global changes," she says.

    O Record, Where Art Thou?

  • Probably best known as producer, creator, songwriter, manager and theorist for many of the most important bands and musical trends of the last 25 years: Blue Oyster Cult, Clash, Black Sabbath, Dictators, Pavlov's Dog, Dream Syndicate, he's also a relentless brainstormer of the ever-tightening embrace of Music by Technology and Technology by Music.

    Howie Klein: Rock Music Legend Sandy Pearlman On The Passing Of Feminine Culture Power Source, Ellie Greenwich

  • Leonardo's best feat of brainstorming is the illustrated stream-of-consciousness notebook "Codex Leicester," which is on loan to the show from that billionaire brainstormer Bill Gates.

    The Real Leonardo

  • Special thanks to my daughters: Tina Abeel who scaled the fly system with me to take my research photos, Ruth Aeschliman who stayed up all night with the doors locked reading my first draft, and Lisa Pearce, a worldclass brainstormer of story plots.

    The Flower Man

  • I'd worry about the stability of any government that Cameron's chief brainstormer ever led - but I'd worry equally if this government lost its chief conscience.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • I'd think I can pull this off first by making a request of existing grantees, maybe bring a few to Bethesda (or wherever your local apparatus may meet) for a one-day brainstormer.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • She is respectful of individual†™ s personal timetables and idiosyncrasies and always seeks to bring the best out in everyone. acknowledges other†™ s gifts and talents. master brainstormer, always suggesting possible fundraisers and prospective corporate or community partners. adept at seeking out possible grants and competently applying for them with great success.

    First Book Blog

  • I guess because of my advertising background, I’m a brainstormer—I generate lots of ideas for novels.

    The Bird House

  • The thing, is for me personally, I’m a big brainstormer.

    The Golden Rule of Writing | Write to Done

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