from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person skilled at phonography.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One versed or skilled in phonography.
- n. One who uses, or is skilled in the use of, the phonograph. See Phonograph, 2.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who is versed in phonography; a writer of phonography, or phonetic shorthand.
- n. One who uses or who is skilled in the use of the phonograph.
Christopher DeLaurenti is a Seattle based composer, improvisor, and phonographer.
On our second visit, we found a justice of the peace in waiting to administer the necessary oath, and also a phonographer to write our testimony.
I believe it could teach one to dictate literature to a phonographer -- and some time I will experiment in that line.
Summoning generals before them, and having a phonographer to record every word uttered, they would propound very comprehensive questions.
He scolded and carped and criticised and caviled, told half truths and solid lies, and the august and astute Committee listened with open ears, and the phonographer dotted down every word.
Now we are sure men will not do this from the fact that, before there was any fixed and settled orthography in our language, when therefore everybody was more or less a phonographer, seeking to write down the word as it sounded to _him_,
Ochre, a self-described Newcastle, England-based "phonographer, artist and mastering engineer," has apparently tweeted out a secret and revealed the existence of
StoimsSiooi Ordered, That the committee on Public Charitable In - stitutions, in the hearing on the order of the Legislature relative to discipline at the Westborough Reform School, be authorized to employ the services of a phonographer.
"Deacon Jones, the editor of the 'Patriot,' is a phonographer.