The litterateur in Wagners estimation had no fixed purpose, no ideal.
A composer, pianist, and litterateur, who is still living in Poland.
The following observation by an eminent eye specialist and litterateur illustrates the opening paragraph of this chapter.
His fame is greater as a dramatist and litterateur than as a poet.
But he had been too well educated for an American litterateur.
The Hotel Helicon is a place to delight the artist and the litterateur.
And it would be thus the architect, not the litterateur, that would be permanently remembered.
He is above all else a litterateur who is addressing an audience with a decided taste for good literature.
No Judeo-German litterateur has ever been able to make more than a scanty living, and that only sporadically, out of his books.
He was a well-known French litterateur, and director of the library of the Arsenal.
"a literary man," 1806, from French littérateur, from Latin litterator "a grammarian, philologist," from littera "letter" (see letter (n.1)). Sometimes Englished as literator (1630s, often with a deprecatory sense). Fem. form is littératrice.