Definition of reviewer
: one that reviews; especially : a writer of critical reviews
Examples of reviewer in a Sentence
many reviewers were unhappy with the movie's cryptic ending
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The reviewers submitted a list of 30 recommendations.
But such confusion simply typified operations at the prison, which reviewers found to be dangerously overcrowded, critically understaffed, and poorly run and managed.
An Austin reviewer described it as feeling like a steakhouse but dedicated to foods of the American South.
The reviewer makes every effort to remain anonymous.
The critics have been receptive to it, though it’s far from clear if reviewers have any effect on Cannes juries.
But although not everyone hates it — 64% of audiences dug it, according to Rotten Tomatoes — a lot of reviewers put the bouncing-beach-bodies flick firmly in its place, damning it, and then damning it with faint praise.
Both reviewers gave the remix a perfect five stars.
Extensive tests by this reviewer have not brought increased clarity and alertness, but having alien invaders camped out inside your PC does have its unsettling charms.
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