noun (used with a singular verb)
Origin of authors
Definition for authors (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Origin of author
Related formsau·tho·ri·al [aw-thawr-ee-uh l, aw-thohr-] /ɔˈθɔr i əl, ɔˈθoʊr-/, adjectiveau·thor·less, adjectivemul·ti·au·thored, adjectivepro·au·thor, adjective
Examples from the Web for authors
Their authors promise that your spirit will be improved, your ambition honed, and your finances maximized by their advice.
The authors categorized responses that indicated a misunderstanding of possible benefit as “germs are germs” beliefs.Without Education, Antibiotic Resistance Will Be Our Greatest Health Crisis|Russell Saunders|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And despite the good scholarship the authors have managed to retain the buoyancy and upbeat air attendant on most comics.
One of the few English authors he admired was Samuel Richardson.
Some of the authors most revered by their contemporaries now languish in relative obscurity.
Some authors relate, that after their return from Troy they colonized the Gymnasian islands.
His consideration for other authors was as marked a characteristic as his tone towards his reader.The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, Volume I (of II)|Charles Darwin
Raphael as a Painter—Give the impressions of famous travelers, authors and art critics.Woman's Club Work and Programs|Caroline French Benton
Do you think they could have been the authors of the late conflagration?Darkness and Dawn|Frederic W. Farrar
The writer is in perfect sympathy with the authors she discusses.