reader has definitions from the fields of writing,education,work,business,printing,religion,Christianity
[ noun ] (education) a person who enjoys reading

Used in print

(Edward E. Kelly, S.J., "Christian Unity in England"...)

In 1864 Newman professedly had to write his Apologia with his keenest feelings in_order_to be believed and to command a fair hearing from English readers .

(Nathan Rapport, ""I've Been Here before!"...)

However , readers who accept Freud 's findings and believe that he has solved completely the mystery of dreams , should ponder over the following words in his Interpretation_Of_Dreams , Chapter 1 , : `` as_a_matter_of_fact no such complete solution of the dream has ever been accomplished in_any_case , and what_is_more , every one attempting such solution has found that in most cases there have remained a great many components of the dream the source of which he has been unable to explain , nor is the discussion closed on the subject of the mantic or prophetic power of dreams '' .

(Jacob Robbins et al., "The thyroid-stimulating...)

Brown ( 1959 ) has reviewed generally the various methods of assaying TSH , and the reader is referred to her paper for further information on the subject .

(Kenneth Hoffman and Ray Kunze, Linear Al...)

The reader will find it helpful to think_of the special case when the primes are of degree 1 , and even more particularly , to think_of the proof of Theorem 10 , a special case of this theorem .

The reader should be familiar enough with projections by now so that he sees that * * f and in_general that * * f .

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scholar bookworm read

[ noun ] (business) someone who contracts to receive and pay for a certain number of issues of a publication



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(J. H. Hexter, "Thomas More: On the Margins...)

And the evidence that he does , indeed , stand there derives quite simply from the vigorous interest with which rather casual readers have responded to that book for the past century or_so .

(John Michael Ray, "Rhode Island's Reactions...)

The readers of the Providence_Daily_Post , however , learned that it was generally conceded that `` Old_Brown '' had a fair trial .

(Evan Esar, Humorous English; a guide to comic ,...)

Readers of the Reader_'s_Digest are familiar_with such items which often appear in its lists of verbal slips , like the ad in a California paper that advertised `` House for rent .

(James Thurber, "The Future, If Any, of Comedy,"...)

I wrote a_few years ago that one of the cardinal rules of writing is that the reader should be able to get some idea of what the story is about .

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customer subscribe

[ noun ] a person who can read; a literate person

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(Charles Wharton Stork, "Verner von Heidenstam"...)

Among the recipients of the Nobel_Prize for Literature more_than half are practically unknown to readers of English .

It is different with his volume The_Swedes_and_Their_Chieftains ( Svenskarna_och_deras_ho ^_vdingar ) , a history intended for the general reader and particularly suited for high_school students .

[ noun ] (religion,Christianity) someone who reads the lessons in a church service; someone ordained in a minor order of the Roman Catholic Church



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clergyman holy_order

[ noun ] (work,education) a public lecturer at certain universities


lecturer lector

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educator lecture

[ noun ] someone who reads manuscripts and judges their suitability for publication


reviewer referee

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critic scanner referee

[ noun ] (printing,work) someone who reads proof in order to find errors and mark corrections



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printer proofread

[ noun ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 7373
[ noun ] (writing,education) one of a series of texts for students learning to read