Adjectives for Editors | Words to describe Editors

Great
Simple-Hearted
Later
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Rich
Unconscionable
Recent

How do you describe Editors?

  • 1. As it happened, when this story was published, only two American editors recollected that the "Levant" no longer existed. 🔊
  • 2. Old materials and new are mixed up together in it; many works have been revised by later editors, and so much changed, that laborious critical processes are necessary before they can be used by the historian. 🔊
  • 3. British editors in particular traditionally refrain from crossing the policy of the Foreign Office, no matter what the party complexion of the minister in charge. 🔊
  • 4. Two or three good rich editors and proprietors properly locked up would take the sting out of the Yellow Press better than centuries of Dr. Horton. 🔊
  • 5. The other editors did it last thing--sometimes your initials, sometimes your name. 🔊
  • 6. Now and then the muse is unkind, or the day uncommonly quiet, and then we rather starve; and sometimes the unconscionable editors will clip our paragraphs when they are a little too rhetorical, and snip off twopence or threepence at a go. 🔊

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