Examples of journalist in a Sentence
a journalist who has won awards for two of his feature stories
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Any alderman would condemn violent street crime to get journalists off their back.
Some of the antifa protesters also threatened to break the cameras of anyone who filmed them, including journalists.
The NEA, noticing shrinking arts coverage across the nation, invited organizations to come up with new ways to bolster arts coverage and support the next generation of arts journalists.
After the footage screened, the show’s producers and cast fielded questions from journalists, with Criss, Murphy and the series writer Tom Rob Smith (London Spy) weighing in on their unusual portrait of a serial killer.
A group of journalists were dining with Banier’s lawyers in a Bordeaux restaurant.
Your Gateway Gazette journalists are entrenched in the community.
The Obama administration was aggressive in pursuing cases against government officials who revealed secrets to journalists, pursuing more cases than any other administration.
This time, the journalists were much better prepared.
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First Known Use of journalist
Synonymscorrespondent, intelligencer, reporter, newshound, newsman, newsperson, pressman [British]
Related Wordsannouncer, broadcaster, newscaster, newspaperman, newspaperwoman, newswoman; anchor, anchorman, anchorperson, anchorwoman; byliner, columnist, commentator; copyreader, editor; muckraker, photojournalist, police reporter, sportswriter, staffer, stringer
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