Definition of Rewriter

1. Noun. Someone who puts text into appropriate form for publication.

Exact synonyms: Redact, Redactor, Reviser, Rewrite Man
Specialized synonyms: Abbreviator, Abridger
Generic synonyms: Editor, Editor In Chief
Derivative terms: Redact, Redact, Revise, Rewrite, Rewrite



Definition of Rewriter

1. Noun. One who, or that which, rewrites. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rewriter

1. one that rewrites [n -S] - See also: rewrites

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewriter

reworn
rewound
rewove
rewoven
rewrap
rewrapped
rewrapping
rewraps
rewrapt
rewritable
rewrite
rewrite man
rewriteable
rewriteman
rewritemen
rewriter (current term)
rewriters
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rewriting
rewritings
rewritten
rewrote
rewrought
rews
rewth
rewths
rex
rex-pat
rex-patriate
rex-patriates

Literary usage of Rewriter

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. R.H.D.: Appreciations of Richard Harding Davis (1917)
"He was a writer and not a rewriter. And another thing we must note in his writing is his cleanliness. It is safe stun" to give to a young fellow who Jikes ..."

2. Making a Newspaper by John La Porte Given (1907)
"Having reported tenement house fires himself the trained rewriter knows that ... The rewriter has only put down, as if it were continuing, what did take ..."

3. Making a Newspaper by John La Porte Given (1907)
"Having reported tenement house fires himself the trained rewriter knows that ... The rewriter has only put down, as if it were continuing, what did take ..."

4. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1920)
"He is a constant rewriter of his own books. His first book, "A Modern Lover," was rewritten as "Lewis Seymour and Some Women." "A Drama in Muslin" was later ..."

5. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1903)
"Known in London as rewriter of old plays at the Globe Theatre. 1593. Acts before Queen Elizabeth. 1596. ..."

6. The Bookman's Manual: A Guide to Literature by Bessie Graham (1921)
"He is a constant rewriter of his own books. His first book, "A Modern Lover," was rewritten as "Lewis Seymour and Some Women. ..."

7. An Introduction to English Medieval Literature by Charles Sears Baldwin (1914)
"Some medieval rewriter, finding the adventure of the three-days' tournament good literary material, added it to his version of the Lancelot story, ..."

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