[ang-ker-man, -muh n]
Origin of anchorman
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Examples from the Web for anchorman
He affected an anchorman finesse in apologizing for “past mistakes” as a Ku Klux Klan leader.The Louisiana Racists Who Courted Steve Scalise
January 3, 2015
My intention is to make it with the same approach as Anchorman 2.
We learned so much on how to make these comedy sequels when we did anchorman 2.
We shot our Anchorman sequel for 50 million and all made a lot of money.
The sets were stolen from the movie lot where “Anchorman” was filmed and put back together wrong.Up To a Point: Binge Watching Putin's Propaganda Network
P. J. O’Rourke
September 20, 2014
- sport the last person in a team to compete, esp in a relay race
- Also called: anchor, presenter (in broadcasting) a person in a central studio who links up and maintains contact with various outside camera units, reporters, etc
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Word Origin and History for anchorman
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