Definition of "story-teller" [sto•ry-tell•er]

  • (noun) One who tells stories; a narrator of anecdotes,incidents, or fictitious tales.
  • (noun) An historian; -- in contempt.
  • (noun) A euphemism or child's word for “a liar.”

Use "story-teller" in a sentence

  • "Tender, grand, a story-teller like few others, Bearden's work from the 1960's until his passing in 1988 has emerged as a touchstone, if a neglected one, of 20th century American art."
  • "The anonymous living tell their story every day, with the help of professional or amateur writers, but the greatest story-teller of all is time and change, or death."
  • "But he was such a great story-teller and spokesman for the ice and the life cycle it supports that I thought an interview format would better serve Huffington Post readers -- interspersed with photos, of course."

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