wordsmith
noun Date: 1873 a person who works with words; especially a skillful writer • wordsmithery noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • WordSmith — Tools Entwickler Mike Scott, Oxford University Press Aktuelle Version WordSmith Tools 5.0 (2007) Betriebssystem Windows (Mac OS, Linux) Kategorie …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • WordSmith — (previously known as MicroConcord) is a collection of linguistics tools looking for patterns in a language. The software was manufactured by Oxford University. The current version is 5.0, but 4.0 is mostly used worldwide. External link *… …   Wikipedia

  • wordsmith — 1896, from WORD (Cf. word) + SMITH (Cf. smith) …   Etymology dictionary

  • wordsmith — ► NOUN ▪ a skilled user of words …   English terms dictionary

  • wordsmith — [wʉrdsmith΄] n. 1. a person, esp. a professional writer, who uses language skillfully 2. a person who coins new words …   English World dictionary

  • wordsmith — 1. noun /ˈwɝdsmɪθ/ One who uses words skillfully. She has always been known as a capable wordsmith, but in this latest novel she also shows surprising emotional depth. 2. verb /ˈwɝdsmɪθ/ To apply craftsman like skills to word use …   Wiktionary

  • wordsmith — Someone who is good at using words, especially in written communication. You should have that letter checked by a wordsmith before you send it. Here, let me help …   Dictionary of american slang

  • wordsmith — Someone who is good at using words, especially in written communication. You should have that letter checked by a wordsmith before you send it. Here, let me help …   Dictionary of american slang

  • wordsmith — See a wordsmith …   English idioms

  • wordsmith — /werrd smith /, n. 1. an expert in the use of words. 2. a person, as a journalist or novelist, whose vocation is writing. [1895 1900; WORD + SMITH] * * * …   Universalium

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