Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of portrayer.

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Examples

  • DC Comics The first page of the 1973 issue that marked the Joker's return to the maniacal, murderous ways of the character's early years Mark Hamill's witty and impassioned introduction will inform readers who don't know already that Luke Skywalker is also one of the great portrayers of this legendary madman.

    Clown Prince of Crime

  • All the world's indeed a stage and we are merely players - performers and portrayers - each another's audience beyond the gilded cage.

    mise-en-scène - French Word-A-Day

  • On the first few days the park was open, the Henry portrayers had mistakenly been stationed at unshaded Mulumbo Point.

    BELLY UP

  • On the first few days the park was open, the Henry portrayers had mistakenly been stationed at unshaded Mulumbo Point.

    BELLY UP

  • Although I claim to have virtually stopped reading novels years ago, due to the graphic nature of so many disturbing lives contained in the contemporary zeitgeist, I have found many Australian writers who have, while not insisting on terrifying the reader, manage to be strong portrayers of a society that is, increasingly, alarming to many.

    Do hard-edged crime series get harder as they progress?

  • Last year at this time, the TV Crossover Hall of Fame saluted to classic residents of Toobworld whose portrayers had earlier passed away.

    TVXOHOF, 10/2009-D: 1313 MOCKINGBIRD LANE

  • Obviously, the lighthearted banter and genuine affection that bonds the Winchester brothers also exists between their portrayers.

    On the Set with SUPERNATURAL Stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles | the TV addict

  • Other characters/portrayers whom I think are irreplacebale:

    Y&R’s Dru Goes over The Edge… Literally! | the TV addict

  • Last year at this time, the TV Crossover Hall of Fame saluted to classic residents of Toobworld whose portrayers had earlier passed away.

    Archive 2009-10-25

  • All the world's indeed a stage and we are merely players - performers and portrayers

    mise-en-scène - French Word-A-Day

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