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wordsmith

[wurd-smith] /ˈwɜrdˌsmɪθ/
noun
1.
an expert in the use of words.
2.
a person, as a journalist or novelist, whose vocation is writing.
Origin
1895-1900
1895-1900; word + smith
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Examples for wordsmith
  • He can be a wordsmith par excellence, when he wants to be, but he is not fast on his feet.
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  • So, if you think it's a wordsmith, send it in an e-mail.
  • After a short discussion it was determined that the resolution could use some additional wordsmith work.
  • Fred was open, intellectual, a wordsmith and a spiritual model who made the world a more humane place.
British Dictionary definitions for wordsmith

wordsmith

/ˈwɜːdˌsmɪθ/
noun
1.
a person skilled in using words
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