Examples of journalist in a Sentence
a journalist who has won awards for two of his feature stories
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But the picture that Russia is now showing to foreign journalists in Syria—from the mosque refurbishment to images of Russian soldiers distributing humanitarian aid—emphasizes a kinder, gentler phase of operations.
Inside the car, in the passenger seat, a smiling man displayed his photo ID to journalists asking how to spell his name.
Bob listened to journalists in more than 40 newsrooms over the last year.
Rosbash said this morning after he was called and notified of the honor, Thomas Perlmann, the Nobel Commitee’s secretary, told journalists this morning.
Nicole Blades is a novelist and freelance journalist.
One of the roles of journalists is to separate brass tacks from bullshine.
The sound of television journalists giving live reports was accompanied by laughter coming from the playground of a nearby elementary school.
The journalist told the website that Spacey invited him to a club with some of the actor’s friends, where the actor allegedly started to grope him.
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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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