a person who has earned a letter in an interscholastic or intercollegiate activity, especially a sport.
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How to use letterman in a sentence
He spent the better part of the next two decades writing for comedy and talk shows, racking up four Emmy awards and head-writer credits at both The Late Show With David letterman and The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.Artificial Intelligence Can Now Craft Original Jokes—And That’s No Laughing Matter | Corinne Purtill | January 4, 2022 | Time
Cosby cancelled an appearance scheduled for the following week on Late Show with David letterman.How the World Turned on Bill Cosby: A Day-by-Day Account | Scott Porch | December 1, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
It seems that, in the remaining few weeks before his retirement, letterman is getting bold… or perhaps creepy.Anime Hologram Pop Stars, Return of ‘Fresh Prince’ Carlton, and More Viral Videos | Alex Chancey | October 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Their musical tastes were in synch, and letterman was deeply knowledgeable, Shaffer says.
letterman once described Sedaris in, what became abundantly clear after conversing with her, perfect fashion.Amy Sedaris Is Hollywood's Beloved Rabbit-Loving Comedian Crafter | Kevin Fallon | August 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
After appearing alongside Fallon and letterman, the comedian Jim Norton has landed his own show at Vice.
I spent several days in the letterman Hospital and was then honorably discharged from the service.In the Flash Ranging Service | Edward Alva Trueblood
The age of the $ 500 hammer and the ashtray you can break on David letterman is gone.
To Doctor letterman, also, belongs the honor of originating this system.Three Years in the Sixth Corps | George T. Stevens