reader


    Wordnet
  • one of a series of texts for students learning to read
  • a public lecturer at certain universities
  • someone who reads the lessons in a church service
    eg: someone ordained in a minor order of the Roman Catholic Church
  • someone who reads proof in order to find errors and mark corrections
  • a person who enjoys reading
  • a person who can read
    eg: a literate person
  • someone who reads manuscripts and judges their suitability for publication
  • someone who contracts to receive and pay for a certain number of issues of a publication
  • GCIDE
  • Reader (noun)
    One who reads

Example sentences

” And print readers will notice something new as well: a special presentation of the list that can be removed from the section and pored over (or hung on the wall).
New York Times
The move limits access to one of the few remaining channels for readers in mainland China to read The Times without resorting to special software.
New York Times
The government began blocking The Times’s websites in 2012, after a series of articles on the wealth amassed by the family of Wen Jiabao, who was then prime minister, but it had struggled in recent months to prevent readers from using the app.
New York Times
“The request by the Chinese authorities to remove our apps is part of their wider attempt to prevent readers in China from accessing independent news coverage by The New York Times of that country, coverage which is no different from the journalism we do about every other country in the world,” Ms. Murphy said in a statement.
New York Times
But readers in China can still gain access to The Times using software that circumvents the government’s firewall.
New York Times
Many such sites now exist to help consumers take advantage of the most lucrative offers, while collecting commissions when they pass readers on to card issuers’ application sites.
New York Times
Mr. Herrou was voted “Azuréen of the Year” last month by the readers of the leading local newspaper, to the fury of regional officials.
New York Times
We also asked readers how opioid abuse has affected them.
New York Times
When photographers caught him strolling New York’s streets with Ms. Stone, the pair hid their faces behind handwritten signs directing readers to charity websites.
New York Times
We hope you got some rest over the holidays, but it’s clear from our mailbox that you remained sharp and attentive readers.
New York Times
“Should I Stay Silent During One Child’s Populist Taunt of Another?” Readers took issue with the description of the taunt.
New York Times
The author of the column, Philip Galanes, took the time to reply to a reader who wrote to him directly.
New York Times
Shortly before the new year, an ad ran on a Times story that left some readers befuddled.
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The ad was indeed a hoax, and readers who realized this have asked The Times to address the issue.
New York Times
The lead byline on The Times’s story was anonymous — “an Employee of The New York Times” — and readers had theories as to why.
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WORD OF THE DAY
29 October, 2020