- commerce city,
- commercial agency,
- commercial art
Origin of commentator
Examples from the Web for commentator
This came across in the Showtime Omit the Logic documentary—in which you were a commentator—and it comes across here.How Richard Pryor Beat Bill Cosby and Transformed America|David Yaffe, Scott Saul|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But one commentator—who also happens to have been cast in the film—has his own unique feelings about the movie.Christian Bale: One Man's Moses Is Another Man's Terrorist|Candida Moss, Joel Baden|December 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“There is a simple solution to save us from our worst selves: Get rid of reclining seats,” opined CNN commentator Maria Cardona.
A Call To Action is, with Carter acting as curator and commentator, the public record and statement of that conference.Jimmy Carter Was a Lot Better President Than Almost Anyone Ever Admits|David Masciotra|April 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At the end of their segment, the BBC commentator Hazel Irvine noted how dizzy they must be.Sorry Putin, the Sochi Opening Ceremony Was Totally Gay|Tim Teeman|February 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Massutius was a Jesuit commentator, whose writings are often rich in spiritual suggestiveness.
These facts are related, says the Commentator, as an index to or test of the honesty of metal-workers.Hindu Law and Judicature|Yjnavalkya
As an editor and commentator he enjoyed a high reputation both at home and abroad.
They are in reality too personal and objective, and turn the commentator into a showman.
Interworld News was pro-Fuzzy; the commentator in the car was being extremely sarcastic about the whole thing.Little Fuzzy|Henry Beam Piper
late 14c., "writer of commentaries," agent noun in Latin form from comment or commentary (Latin commentator meant "inventor, author"). Middle English also had a noun commentate, attested from early 15c. Meaning "writer of notes or expository comments" is from 1640s; sense of "one who gives commentary" (originally in sports) is from 1928.
"Well, Jem, what is a commentator?["]--"Why," was Jem's reply, "I suppose it must be the commonest of all taturs." ["Smart Sayings of Bright Children," collected by Howard Paul, 1886]