- a person who interviews.
- a peephole in an entrance door.
Origin of interviewer
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Examples from the Web for interviewer
West chose wisely when he made Christa Buschendorf his interviewer.Cornel West’s Disappointing Decline
October 23, 2014
I still think of America,” she once told an interviewer, “as a colony of Europe.Still Desperately Seeking Susan Sontag
September 26, 2014
One where there was little room for subjectivity, where the personal impression of the interviewer counted less.Men Without a Country: Mike Brown, Trayvon Martin, My Father and Me
August 12, 2014
Mitchum sags against a couch, stares at the lights and waits for the Interviewer—the sixth of the day—to show up.The Stacks: Mr. Bad Taste and Trouble Himself: Robert Mitchum
July 19, 2014
In an interview with Total Politics, the celebrity bird man tells an interviewer that the royals should be put in a museum.Bill Oddie: "Let's Put The Royals In A Zoo".
July 7, 2014
Do you think, after this, that the interviewer waited for more?Quaint Courtships
The 'interviewer' may make use of it to supply him with 'copy,' but this remains to be seen.Heroes of the Telegraph
Evidently he has not been as frank with his interviewer as he has been with me.Cleo The Magnificent</p>
They are civil and obliging, and thoroughly inured to the interviewer.Ireland as It Is
Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
"But see here, I had an appointment," said the interviewer, with a rising voice.The Wisdom of Father Brown
G. K. Chesterton
Word Origin and History for interviewer
1869, agent noun from interview (v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper