Words nearby narrator
Example sentences from the Web for narrator
“You were going to work your way into my marriage and you were going to call its new three-way shape holy” the narrator recounts.
In “Sleigh Ride,” the narrator is painting a scene so perfect that it could be featured on an iconic Currier and Ives print.
The narrator is suggesting that they build a snowman that looks like a minister.
Like Fosse did with Cabaret, Marshall excised two major characters: the Narrator and the Mysterious Man.
“This is a message to you, oh Vladimir Putin,” intoned the narrator.ISIS Is Putin’s Problem, Too, and This Chechen Is One Reason Why.|Anna Nemtsova|September 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though she listened, though she could not but listen, to the old woman's narrative, yet she rebuked the narrator.Cousin Henry|Anthony Trollope
The narrator paused in his story and glanced toward Otto Relstaub.The Lost Trail|Edward S. Ellis
The narrator was also present at an interview between the seer and Buckingham.The Book of Dreams and Ghosts|Andrew Lang
In the first the narrator is nearing fifty; in the second he has passed the mark.Knut Hamsun|Hanna Astrup Larsen
Your joyful relish of a tale of human interest, whether as a listener or a narrator, is always contagious.The Shellback's Progress|Walter Runciman
British Dictionary definitions for narrator
Cultural definitions for narrator
A person who tells a story; in literature, the voice that an author takes on to tell a story. This voice can have a personality quite different from the author's. For example, in his story “The Tell-Tale Heart,” Edgar Allan Poe makes his narrator a raving lunatic.