Examples of reader in a Sentence
The book's ending leaves readers to draw their own conclusions.
a magazine with three million readers
Recent Examples of reader from the Web
Seattle Times reader Chris Picard’s nighttime image of a colorful ride at Puyallup’s fair.
In taking readers through this history, Grayling wants us to become aware of the possible failings of democracy — institutional dysfunction, citizens unequipped for practical judgment, the distortions of corporate power.
To any Japanese readers, go ahead and enter the contest.
By the 1970s, Playboy had more than 7 million readers, but competition and the internet cut into the magazine’s circulation.
But no, dear reader — apparently Kai draws the line at incest.
The Enquirer/Phil Didion The voting has ended and the Cincinnati.com players of the week, as voted on by readers, have been decided.
For entertainment, there were also dancers, tarot-card readers, and even an occult gathering around candles before the end of the night.
Within five years, his erotic magazine topped a circulation of 1 million readers.
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First Known Use of reader
before 12th century
READER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reader for English Language Learners
: a person who reads a book, magazine, newspaper, etc.
: a machine that is used for reading text or information that is stored on film, tape, etc.
: a book that is used to learn how to read or to practice reading in your own language or in a foreign language
READER Defined for Kids
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