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Derived Form of journalist

noun
plural: journalists
Noun
1
a writer for newspapers and magazines
Hyponymsbroadcast journalist, columnist, correspondent, gazetteer, photojournalist, scribe, sob sister, sports writer,
Hypernymswriter,
Type ofauthor, writer,
TypesAlexander Woollcott, Alfred Alistair Cooke, Alistair Cooke, broadcast journalist, columnist, Cooke, correspondent, Dorothy Dix, Edgar Albert Guest, Edgar Guest, editorialist, Elizabeth Cochrane Seaman, Elizabeth Merriwether Gilmer, Elizabeth Seaman, Gilmer, Greeley, Guest, H. L. Mencken, Henry Louis Mencken, Henry M. Stanley, Horace Greeley, I. F. Stone, Isidor Feinstein Stone, John Reed, John Rowlands, Joseph Lincoln Steffens, Lincoln Steffens, Lippmann, Mencken, Nellie Bly, newspaperman, newspaperwoman, newswriter, penman, photojournalist, pressman, Reed, scribbler, scribe, Seaman, Shirer, Sir Henry Morton Stanley, sob sister, sports writer, sportswriter, Stanley, Steffens, Stone, T. H. White, Theodore Harold White, Walter Lippmann, White, William Lawrence Shirer, Woollcott,
2
someone who keeps a diary or journal
Synonymsdiarist, diary keeper,
Hypernymswriter,
Type ofwriter,
TypesPepys, Samuel Pepys,

Derived Form of privilege

noun
plural: privileges
verb
third person: privileges
past: privileged
past participle: privileged
present participle: privileging
Noun
1
a special advantage or immunity or benefit not enjoyed by all
Hypernymsadvantage,
Type ofadvantage, vantage,
2
a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right)
  1. suffrage was the prerogative of white adult males
Synonymsprerogative, perquisite, exclusive right,
Hyponymseasement, privilege of the floor,
Hypernymsright,
Type ofright,
Typeseasement, privilege of the floor,
3
(law) the right to refuse to divulge information obtained in a confidential relationship
Hyponymsattorney-client privilege, informer's privilege, journalist's privilege, marital communications privilege, physician-patient privilege, priest-penitent privilege,
Hypernymsright,
Type ofright,
Typesattorney-client privilege, husband-wife privilege, informer's privilege, journalist's privilege, marital communications privilege, physician-patient privilege, priest-penitent privilege,
Verb
1
bestow a privilege upon
Synonymsfavor, favour,
Hypernymspermit,
Type ofallow, countenance, let, permit,

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