from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One skilled in stenography, especially one employed to take and transcribe dictation or testimony.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. someone skilled in the transcription of speech (for example, a secretary who takes dictation)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who is skilled in stenography; a writer of shorthand.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who writes shorthand.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone skilled in the transcription of speech (especially dictation)
: t and reverted to Tina, her prowess as what she called a stenographer, the sad fact of her childlessness, the swift onset of the disease which had killed her.
Then he called a stenographer and began a bit of dictation.
Page 12 looked over and he said, "Duke, I'm going to give you Ernest Brewer, who's a good reporter," in other words a stenographer who had been on the Atlanta
Then he called his stenographer, and dictated a letter to his cousin, Mr. Lee, and to each of the three other persons whom he had approached in relation to their votes at the stockholders 'meeting.
After some demurring on the part of Orcutt, he called a stenographer and drew a contract, which he duly signed and handed to Wentworth, who thrust it into his pocket with the packet of papers.
Because the reporters were both busy we called the stenographer, and had the Colonel's story taken down as he told it -- to be rewritten into an obituary later.
The greenish brown eyes of the little man were forever looking into space, and when he caught a dream, instead of letting it go, he called a stenographer and made it come true.
(he called a stenographer and wrote for a letter from the country doctor,) he explained regretfully that until she could prove that she was the person she claimed to be she could not actually take possession of the house.
Cowperwood, with an admirable show of courtesy, called a stenographer, and pretended to secure for his guest the home addresses of these gentlemen.
Harvey slipped the blue envelope from the bottom of the pile of letters, called the stenographer, and started out.