Definition of "stenographer" [ste•nog•ra•pher]

  • One skilled in stenography, especially one employed to take and transcribe dictation or testimony. (noun)

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Use "stenographer" in a sentence
  • ": t and reverted to Tina, her prowess as what she called a stenographer, the sad fact of her childlessness, the swift onset of the disease which had killed her."
  • "Then he called a stenographer and began a bit of dictation."
  • "Page 12 looked over and he said, "Duke, I'm going to give you Ernest Brewer, who's a good reporter," in other words a stenographer who had been on the Atlanta"