Related formssub·lec·tur·er, noun
Examples from the Web for lecturer
“I have to think her body type played a role,” said Rachel Greenblatt, a Lecturer in Jewish Studies at Harvard University.Why Was Bess Myerson the First and Last Jewish Miss America?|Emily Shire|January 7, 2015|DAILY BEAST
He might consult a current lecturer there named Dean Esserman, who is also chief of the New Haven Police Department.Stop-and-Frisk Ruled Unconstitutional: A ‘Fair Trial’ for the NYPD?|Michael Daly|August 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Ayah Abu Basheer is a lecturer at the Islamic University in Gaza City.
She served as a social worker, lecturer and educator before becoming an Attorney-at-Law.
Vikram Mansharamani is a lecturer at Yale University where he teaches a popular seminar called "Financial Booms and Busts."
Rose pointed out to me Mrs. Shelton, seated conspicuously in front of the platform, facing the lecturer.The Home Life of Poe|Susan Archer Weiss
To one experience of my tour as a lecturer I shall always be able to look back with satisfaction.My Discovery of England|Stephen Leacock
The lecturer on Church and State was hors de combat; he was in charity with all men.Salem Chapel, v.1/2|Mrs. Oliphant
The words of the lecturer following his exposition of the doctrine are not at first sight intelligible.
Surely this is a description, not of the Unitarian, but of the Lecturer's own creed.Studies of Christianity|James Martineau