Definition of Narrators

1. Noun. (plural of narrator) ¹



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Definition of Narrators

1. narrator [n] - See also: narrator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Narrators

narrativity
narrativization
narrativizations
narrativize
narrativized
narrativizes
narrativizing
narratological
narratologies
narratologist
narratologists
narratology
narrator
narratorless
narratorly
narrators (current term)
narratory
narratrix
narre
narrow
narrow-angle glaucoma
narrow-body
narrow-body aircraft
narrow-leaf cattail
narrow-leaf penstemon
narrow-leaved bottletree
narrow-leaved everlasting pea
narrow-leaved flame flower
narrow-leaved plantain
narrow-leaved reedmace

Literary usage of Narrators

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1. London by Charles Knight (1851)
"They are in the news department less narrators of events than mirrors of the transactions themselves. The full, almost verbatim, reports of speechifying ..."

2. The History of Israel by Heinrich Ewald (1883)
"... each his own share of the chastisements of the time.i 3) The last important group belongs to the Third, Fourth, and Fifth narrators (see ip 96 sqq. ..."

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