letter-writer

letter-writer

n
a person who writes letters or communications
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Translations

letter-writer

[ˈlɛtəˌraɪtəʳ] ncorrispondente m/f
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
References in classic literature ?
'And now, go to the nearest letter-writer in the bazar and tell him to come here.
'But - but what manner of white man's son art thou to need a bazar letter-writer? Is there not a schoolmaster in the barracks?'
'There is a white boy by the barracks waiting under a tree who is not a white boy,' he stammered to the first bazar letter-writer he came across.
'First I will take my pay,' the letter-writer said.
'Wonder on wonder!' murmured the letter-writer, dipping a reed in the inkstand.
'I went into their camp and was caught, and by means of the charm about my neck, which thou kno west, it was established that I was the son of some man in the regiment: according to the prophecy of the Red Bull, which thou knowest was common talk of our bazar.' Kim waited for this shaft to sink into the letter-writer's heart, cleared his throat, and continued: 'A priest clothed me and gave me a new name .
Not that I know, but of course he found a letter-writer who can write English verree well, and so he wrote.
Hayward was an admirable letter-writer, and knowing his talent took pains with his letters.
"I supposed you knew I was a miserable letter-writer, and didn't expect anything of me.
The object of the conference was to find means of discovering an anonymous letter-writer in Scotland, who had presumed to cause serious annoyance to Mrs.
By nature and habit the most procrastinating of letter-writers, he now inconsistently opened his desk and took up the pen without a moment's delay.
In damp weather, the place is rendered close, by the steams of moist acts of parliament and frouzy petitions; general postmen grow faint as they enter its infected limits, and shabby figures in quest of franks, flit restlessly to and fro like the troubled ghosts of Complete Letter-writers departed.