The presence of real-size women in fashion magazines might indicate that they really are listening to their readers.
Left to his or her own devices, the ways in which readers imagine fictional worlds made manifest are infinite.
On Park Avenue, beards are about as rare as readers of Jacobin.
We, his readers, were his greatest, most pressing assignment.
Secondly, readers should not cluck their satisfaction so blithely over economic sanctions.
Philip then entered into a detail of what our readers are acquainted with.
Surely the readers had had enough of the lower life, more than enough.
Can any of your readers inform me whether this statement is correct?
Some readers will be sceptical; but at least the words were acted on.
I cannot refrain from giving my readers the very Grecian names of my kind entertainers.
Old English rædere "person who reads aloud to others; lector; scholar; diviner, interpreter," agent noun from rædan (see read (v.)). Cf. Dutch rader "adviser," Old High German ratari "counselor." Old English fem. form was rædistre.
Marked playing cards: The cards and dice were crooked, the cards being readers (1894+ Gambling)