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  • n. Plural form of nonwriter.


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  • The nonwriters "choked," the researchers said, with their scores dropping by 12 percentage points.

    Week in Ideas

  • What an interesting point about writers buying as opposed to nonwriters.

    Pick up lines

  • This is more than sufficient for an evening ... an evening which those who have money (i.e., nonwriters living outside the East Coast corridor) would love to pay for.

    Have Wit, Will Travel

  • There are indeed a few nonwriters there -- the pure readers -- however they're in the minority.

    June 2006

  • I imagine that most techies and other nonwriters pass them by completely.


  • This seems contradicted by the 120,000+ nonwriters at each San Diego Comic-Con, or by tightly-wound officious mini-tyrants who occasionally prevent me from being on a panel whose moderator wants me, and has so notified Programming in advance.

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  • This image is popular with nonwriters, because many of them do not know how writing is done, and it is popular with writers, because it flatters us.


  • It has hitherto been part of the Literary Conspiracy, hidden from nonwriters, who think that writing is fun.

    Question Quest

  • Barry reinvented herself as a creativity guru as the market for her comic strip dried up, publishing two boundary-blurring books on inspiration and teaching writing workshops for nonwriters.

    NYT > Home Page

  • And with Leno still refusing to cross the picket line, the show is looking at coming back on the air Nov. 19 with guest hosts so that it can save the jobs of the nonwriters.

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