Began my screed on the 'Joys of Motherhood' for the 'delineator.'
To her able editorship may be attributed the new literary quality of The delineator.
So that the present map must be considered rather as a monument of the delineator's malignity, than of his wit.
This gives the delineator of each rôle a working basis for his guidance.
The true hero cannot, like the poet, or the delineator of fictitious adventures, put off what he has to do till to-morrow.
But a wit, a delineator of character, who does not talk, is terrific indeed!
Art must forever be imbued with the spirit of its delineator.
One of the points of view in which the Author of Waverley is first presented to us is, as a delineator of human character.
However great she was as a delineator of character, she is not an oracle as a moral teacher.
The artist whom Ellen served was a portrait-painter as well as a delineator of classical subjects.