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absurdist a thinker, writer, or the like who asserts that human existence and behavior are absurd. [1/3 definitions]
Aesop an actual or legendary Greek writer of fables (620?-560? B.C.).
ancient (often pl.) one who lived in ancient times, esp. a writer of the classic civilizations. [1/4 definitions]
annalist a writer of annals.
Augustan a writer during one of the Augustan periods. [1/3 definitions]
author the writer of a book, play, story, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
Casanova Giovanni Jacopo, an Italian adventurer and writer (1725-98). [1/2 definitions]
chansonnier a French singer and writer, often of satirical or topical songs.
Charles Darwin an English naturalist and writer who developed theories of biological evolution (b.1809--d.1882).
columnist a writer or editor of a regular column or feature in a newspaper or magazine.
comedian an actor or writer of comic works. [1/3 definitions]
emoticon a small icon made of typed keyboard characters used in electronic communication to convey the mood of the writer.
Ernest Hemingway U.S. fiction writer who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954 (b.1899--d.1961).
fantasist one who creates fantasies, esp. a writer of fantasies.
first person in grammar, a category of pronouns, inflections, and the like indicating the writer or speaker of a sentence or the group of which he or she is a member. [1/3 definitions]
Friedrich Engels a German political theorist and writer (b.1820--d.1895).
hack2 one who is hired to do routine or unpleasant tasks, esp. a writer hired to produce uncreative and unimaginative work; drudge. [2/12 definitions]
hatchet man a writer or critic who maliciously attacks people to destroy their reputations. [1/3 definitions]
Henry David Thoreau a U.S. naturalist and writer (b.1817--d.1862).
idealist an artist or writer who conveys an ideal vision of the world. [1/3 definitions]
John Maynard Keynes an English economist and writer (b.1883--d.1946).