Definition of Stenotypists

1. Noun. (plural of stenotypist) ¹



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Definition of Stenotypists

1. stenotypist [n] - See also: stenotypist

Lexicographical Neighbors of Stenotypists

stenosed
stenoses
stenosis
stenotherm
stenothermal
stenotherms
stenotic
stenotopic
stenotype
stenotyped
stenotypes
stenotypical
stenotypies
stenotyping
stenotypist
stenotypists (current term)
stenotypy
stens
stent
stented
stenting
stentor
stentorian
stentorin
stentorins
stentorious
stentoriously
stentorophonic
stentors
stentour

Literary usage of Stenotypists

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

1. Opportunities for Women in the Municipal Civil Service of the City of New by Fannie M. Witherspoon, Anna Martin Crocker (1918)
"There appears to be a growing demand for stenotypists in the City service, ... Most of the stenotypists appointed in the City service have received an ..."

2. Standard Specifications for Personal Service by New York (N.Y.). Bureau of Standards (1917)
"Other Senior Stenographers or Senior stenotypists: Beginning with the lowest rate, advancement within this grade is conditional upon appraisal under the ..."

3. Education for Business by Leverett Samuel Lyon (1922)
"... given an opportunity to. become dictaphone operators. Dictaphone operators are graded about the same as stenographers. About twenty stenotypists and one ..."

4. Education for Business by Leverett Samuel Lyon (1922)
"... given an opportunity to become dictaphone- operators. Dictaphone operators are graded about the same as stenographers. About twenty stenotypists and one ..."

5. Self-surveys by Colleges and Universities by William Harvey Allen (1917)
"... not for mental discipline, but to increase rapidly the supply of stenotypists. Columbia's extra-mural instruction, like its intra-mural work for ..."

6. Effective English by Philander Priestley Claxton, James McGinniss (1917)
"—Civil service employees, clerks, private secretaries, stenographers, stenotypists, employees in railroad and business offices, reporters, news writers, ..."

7. Profitable Vocations for Girls edited by Eli Witwer Weaver (1919)
"The Bureau of Standardization has recommended the following salary schedules for New York City: Occupations Clerks Stenographers and stenotypists Co '3 Si ..."

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