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1. A fluent and prolific writer, especially one who writes professionally.
2. An expert on words.


(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) a person skilled in using words



an expert in the use of words, esp. a professional writer.
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Noun1.wordsmith - a fluent and prolific writer
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)


[ˈwɜːdsmɪθ] N (= writer) → artífice mf de la palabra; (= poet) → poeta mf
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Automated Insights, (Ai), the world leader in producing personalized narrative content from Big Data, announced today that its Wordsmith platform is automatically producing 3,000 stories per quarter for The Associated Press-a tenfold increase over what AP reporters and editors created previously.
27, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Hip-hop artist and songwriter, Wordsmith, will be launching a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo on February 24, 2015.
This strategy suits the Tumblr-fixated Milo's excellently personalised style as a fashion icon and wordsmith.
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Chris, from Wednesbury, will sing and compere the show, supported by Wolverhampton comedian Doug Parker, Black Country wordsmith Dave Bartley, Max Jacklin, a magician and mind reader from Walsall, and Touch of Innocence, an up-and-coming girl group from Stourbridge.
A great new double bill ALASTAIR DOWN WILLIE MULLINS DAVID PIPE The hugely successful trainer joins the Post to bring you exclusive thoughts on his weekend runners plus hard-hitting views and all his stable news in an unmissable weekly package SAM TWISTON-DAVIES Racing's finest wordsmith starts an exciting new column that captures the magic of jump racing and tackles the big issues in his own unique style Ireland's master trainer returns with the inside track on his enormously powerful team of talent He's one of the rising stars of the weighing room and he's in the Post every Monday to bring you all the fun, thrills, ups and downs of life in the saddle and on the road - it's the perfect start to your week
It's not too long either, even though Berlin focuses his attentions on that mighty wordsmith, Tolstoy.
The Rastafrian wordsmith was third in a BBC poll, behind TS Eliot and John Donne.
Massachusetts, after all, has sheltered many a wordsmith.
The Wordsmith, the Kid, and the Electrolux" follows Corian Griffin as he embarks on the adventure of his life--and it all started because his father wouldn't give him a cup of coffee.
A NOTED Newcastle poet will help relive the life of a Georgian wordsmith.