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  • noun Plural form of wordsmith.

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Examples

  • For one thing, the public is clearly on the side of the Democrats in terms of wanting to get out of Iraq and making the conduct of the war an issue in the 2008 campaign, but that has never stopped the banshees from howling about "cut and run" and "slow bleed" and whatever other terms their wordsmiths have field-tested for soundbite efficiency on Hardball and Meet the Press.

    When Harry Met George...

  • The White House hopeful downplayed any expectations people may have had of his skills by repeating that he was going up against "wordsmiths" who have the kind of vocabularies that would, he said, give them an edge.

    Obama plays Taboo on long flight

  • We learn that the poet Archibald MacLeish, one of the "wordsmiths" of the U.N. Charter, went to Hotchkiss and Yale with Mr. Talbott's grandfather.

    Warming to Global Rule

  • For two or more "wordsmiths" to share creative duties in the process of writing a novel or a series of short stories is, to me, a recipe for unmitigated disaster.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • For two or more "wordsmiths" to share creative duties in the process of writing a novel or a series of short stories is, to me, a recipe for unmitigated disaster.

    duel vision

  • Since most of us are not "wordsmiths", nor do we have a forum to proclaim our beliefs, we, through a process of elimination, have chosen someone to speak for the millions.

    Hot Air » Top Picks

  • 'wordsmiths' speeches and go all kissy faced as they show those disillusioned with them that the other party is much more evil and unworthy of their vote.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • 'wordsmiths' speeches and go all kissy faced as they show those disillusioned with them that the other party is much more evil and unworthy of their vote.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • The environment would no longer foster those wordsmiths who might otherwise have been more visibly adding words to the English word pool, or magically new-minting old ones.

    The English Is Coming!

  • The environment would no longer foster those wordsmiths who might otherwise have been more visibly adding words to the English word pool, or magically new-minting old ones.

    The English Is Coming!

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