- a person who lectures.
- an academic rank given in colleges and universities to a teacher ranking below assistant professor.
Origin of lecturer
Examples from the Web for lecturer
“I have to think her body type played a role,” said Rachel Greenblatt, a Lecturer in Jewish Studies at Harvard University.Why Was Bess Myerson the First and Last Jewish Miss America?
January 7, 2015
He might consult a current lecturer there named Dean Esserman, who is also chief of the New Haven Police Department.Stop-and-Frisk Ruled Unconstitutional: A ‘Fair Trial’ for the NYPD?
August 13, 2013
Ayah Abu Basheer is a lecturer at the Islamic University in Gaza City.Still Not Rebuilt From Last Time
Anna Lekas Miller
November 17, 2012
She served as a social worker, lecturer and educator before becoming an Attorney-at-Law.2012 Summit: Who's On Stage
March 6, 2012
Vikram Mansharamani is a lecturer at Yale University where he teaches a popular seminar called "Financial Booms and Busts."The Next Art Bubble
April 13, 2011
"I don't think we can do better than go in and hear what the lecturer has to say," he said to the others.Life in London
No doubt this fairly presents Mark Twain, the lecturer of that day.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete
Albert Bigelow Paine
The lecturer says the Table was round so that every knight might be at the head of it.Literary Tours in The Highlands and Islands of Scotland
Daniel Turner Holmes
We are not meant to loll at our devotions, as the lecturer told us.The Nebuly Coat
John Meade Falkner
The lecturer unlocked the outer door and ushered us into his room.The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Arthur Conan Doyle
- a person who lectures
- a teacher in higher education without professorial status
Word Origin and History for lecturer
1580s, agent noun from lecture (v.).