Examples of readership in a Sentence
She holds a readership in chemistry.
Recent Examples of readership from the Web
THR.com hit 21.5 million monthly unique visitors in the U.S. in May, according to comScore, with readership surging 50 percent year-over-year.
The Time story didn’t get huge readership—but Ayyadurai’s next PR score would make a bigger impact.
An online viral sensation, the article, by journalist Sabrina Rubin Erdely, attracted huge readership to the magazine's website.
A large chunk of the magazine's readership resides in Nigeria, Akuson notes that the number isn't reflected in their social engagement.
An online viral sensation, the article, by journalist Sabrina Rubin Erdely, attracted huge readership to the magazine’s website.
Outside the world of poets, poetry does not have a huge readership, and Lisa Zerkle wants to change that.
The stencil is light fiction written mostly by female authors for a mostly female readership, tasty snacks to be enjoyed during vacation.
The commune also published a weekly newspaper, The South Baltimore Voice, that was devoted to the politics and issues that affected its blue-collar readership.
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First Known Use of readership
READERSHIP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of readership for English Language Learners
: the number or group of people who read a particular newspaper or magazine
: the position of a reader at a university
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