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  • noun Plural form of speechwriter.

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Examples

  • Rice’s speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference CPAC, a major annual gathering of conservative leaders and activists, had been drafted, so she called her speechwriters with just hours to spare and told them to add strong material on all three countries.

    Plan of Attack

  • Rice’s speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference CPAC, a major annual gathering of conservative leaders and activists, had been drafted, so she called her speechwriters with just hours to spare and told them to add strong material on all three countries.

    Plan of Attack

  • Mr. Obama and his speechwriters are already working on the remarks he will deliver tomorrow.

    Advice For A President Facing Midterm Losses

  • When George Bush gives his State of the Union speech tonight, no one will complain that he failed to name the speechwriters who actually composed the words.

    Archive 2004-01-01

  • When George Bush gives his State of the Union speech tonight, no one will complain that he failed to name the speechwriters who actually composed the words.

    Billings Blog

  • And, indeed, Roosevelt called his speechwriters -- he was the first to have a real team of them -- the brain trusters.

    Confessions of a White House Ghostwriter: Five Presidents and other Political Adventures

  • I predict that President Obama and his speechwriters will be a heck of lot more careful about their references to the Supreme Court in future SOTU speeches.

    Elections - fresh news by plazoo.com

  • I predict that President Obama and his speechwriters will be a heck of lot more careful about their references to the Supreme Court in future SOTU speeches.

    Elections - fresh news by plazoo.com

  • The commercial proposition is a mixture of display advertising, aimed at the public affairs budgets of companies or organisations with a particular political message to get across, and smaller adverts from those who provide services to politicians – such as speechwriters, conference organisers and book publishers.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Editors of The Chicago Manual of Style and formulators of the SAT and ACT also have their roles to play, as do TV news anchors, radio personalities, Hollywood stars, and White House speechwriters.

    The English Is Coming!

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