- un·der·prompt·er, noun
- Compare TelePrompTer.
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How to use prompter in a sentence
When you were standing there and realized the wrong speech was in the prompter, what was going through your mind?
On that note, Michael, reading the prompter again in March said, “I will sing all the songs my fans want to hear.”
"She ought to marry the prompter or the box-keeper," said Nash.The Tragic Muse | Henry James
The effect is as unpleasant as that which is produced on the stage by the voice of a prompter or the entrance of a scene-shifter.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIII | John Lord
He forgot what he had to say, and looked appealingly to the prompter, who prompted rather too loudly.Dr. Jolliffe's Boys | Lewis Hough
British Dictionary definitions for prompter
a person offstage who reminds the actors of forgotten lines or cues
a person, thing, etc, that prompts
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