editorialist


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ed·i·to·ri·al·ist

 (ĕd′ĭ-tôr′ē-ə-lĭst)
n.
One who writes editorials.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.editorialist - a journalist who writes editorials
journalist - a writer for newspapers and magazines
newspaper columnist - a columnist who writes for newspapers
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editorialist

[ˌedɪˈtɔːrɪəlɪst] N (US) → editorialista mf
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Earlier, Kim already told the (https://editorialist.com/magazine/18670/kim-kardashian-west-ss16) Editorialist that she deserves some of the credit in catapulting their family to fame.
The 18-year-old graces the cover of the Fall/Winter issue of Editorialist.
The debut political book by Colorado editorialist Kevin Loesch, Small Government My A**: Things Conservatives Say & Do That Aggravate Libertarians is a sharp criticism of the conservative wing of America's Republican party, from a Libertarian point of view.
The paper's editorialist couldn't contain his excitement in narrating what he thought was the adoption by Yemenis of Khomeini's version of Islam.
In its lead editorial (p.17) entitled "Look back with angst" the editorialist has added the subtitle "A century on, there are uncomfortable parallels with the era that led to the outbreak of the first world war." The writer is very wrong in believing that parallels exist between the beginning of 1914 and 2014.
Also joining the category is Editorialist, a biannual print spinoff of the eponymous accessories-focused content-meets-commerce site founded last year by a pair of former Elle editors.
The 32-year-old actress, who has a children's care brand named the 'Honest Company', told Editorialist that in the beginning she wasn't taken seriously for her off-screen enterprise, News.com.au reported.
It's probably futile--when did any politician ever care what an editorialist had to say about anything?--but Arkansas Business will take this early-season opportunity to encourage candidates and their campaign staffs to keep it classy.
By targeting kids, the idea of breaking with a reflex that is so costly for the community is pertinent and should be supported by all the citizens, most of whom are parents, the editorialist argues.
The Worldwide Web of Integrative Medicine." (1) The editorialist, an oncologist from Australia, described an example of apparently unscrupulous behavior by an apparent charlatan, and then took the liberty of inappropriately attempting to define alternative medicine by this example.
Glen, thank you for covering for me as an editorialist this month.
"There was a desert for Buddha," one editorialist chided, "but there is no desert for Tolstoy.