Definition of "bylines" [bylines]

  • Plural form of byline. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bylines" in a sentence
  • "Called simply Reuters, the 64-page, ad-free glossy, which was distributed to attendees of this year's World Economic Forum, is chock-full of all the big-name bylines Reuters has been giddily collecting over the past few years­ -- Chrystia Freeland, Bethany McLean, Sir Harold Evans, ­David Rohde, Jonathan Weber, to name just a few."
  • "Print journalists can ask tough questions with fewer repercussions, because even hotshots of this stripe are still mostly known as bylines on a page."
  • "And the bylines are a who's who of great thinkers, journalists, politicians and activists, including Bertrand Russell, Theodore Roosevelt, Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, union leader Walter Reuther, Theodore Dreiser (on what he saw as a "destructive phase" for American individualism circa 1932), Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.,"