Examples of ghostwrite in a Sentence
She was hired to ghostwrite the mayor's autobiography.
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The Secret Life: Three True Stories of the Digital Age by Andrew O'Hagan (10/10, FSG) O'Hagan reports on his adventures in cyberspace, including ghostwriting Julian Assange's autobiography and tracking down the inventor of Bitcoin.
Mac had often broached the idea to Niehaus of ghostwriting his autobiography, but Niehaus always brushed it aside, saying that no one would be interested.
Jasmyn Lawson is probably ghostwriting your favorite GIFs.
Brooks also submitted a Navy performance evaluation in 2007 that was ghostwritten by GDMA, and provided the company Navy ship schedules and the billing information of competitors.
But in the mean time, whoever is ghostwriting your dad jokes definitely deserves a raise.
Mendelson even has a number of ghostwriting gigs of his own.
The controversy-ridden political race ghostwritten by the devil himself is also being adapted for TV by creators like Ryan Murphy, who announced in February that an upcoming season of American Horror Story will focus on the election.
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Origin and Etymology of ghostwrite
First Known Use: 1927See Words from the same year
GHOSTWRITE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of ghostwrite for English Language Learners
: to write (something, such as a book) for someone else using that person's name
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