Definition of Sports writer

1. Noun. A journalist who writes about sports.

Exact synonyms: Sportswriter
Generic synonyms: Journalist



Definition of Sports writer

1. Noun. Someone who writes about sports-related topics professionally. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sports Writer

sports day
sports days
sports desk
sports editor
sports equipment
sports fan
sports final
sports ground
sports implement
sports jacket
sports medicine
sports meeting
sports page
sports section
sports stadium
sports writer (current term)
sportsaholic
sportsaholics
sportsbook
sportsbooks
sportscar
sportscars
sportscast
sportscaster
sportscasters
sportscasting
sportscasts
sportsfield
sportsfields
sportslike

Literary usage of Sports writer

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1. Writing for Print: A Handbook in Journalistic Composition, with Suggestions by Harry Franklin Harrington (1922)
"Jubilant "kidding" of the defeated eleven on the part of the sports writer, narrow partisanship, obscurity of thought, a tendency to imitate the gorgeous ..."

2. Writing for Print: An Application of the Project Method to the Teaching of by Harry Franklin Harrington (1922)
"Jubilant "kidding" of the defeated eleven on the part of the sports writer, narrow partisanship, obscurity of thought, a tendency to imitate the gorgeous ..."

3. Types of News Writing by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer (1916)
"... and even on some college players, of undue newspaper publicity have been pointed out by educators and should also be considered by the sports writer. ..."

4. Changing the Fourth Estate: Essays on South African Journalism by Adrian Hadland (2005)
"That is the challenge of the sports writer; that he or she becomes good enough to be considered prescribed reading. 'Good enough' is a high hurdle, ..."

5. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1844)
"... not write for the purpose of influencing authors any more than a sports writer writes for the purpose of improving the style of batsmen and bowlers. ..."

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