verb (used with object), proof·read [proof-red] /ˈprufˌrɛd/, proof·read·ing [proof-ree-ding] /ˈprufˌri dɪŋ/.
verb (used without object), proof·read [proof-red] /ˈprufˌrɛd/, proof·read·ing [proof-ree-ding] /ˈprufˌri dɪŋ/.
Origin of proofread
Related Words for proofreadercopyreader, newspaperwoman, copyholder, newspaperman, reviser, deskman, bookworm, bibliophile, editor, lecturer, scholar, anthology, primer, reciter, lector, elocutionist, bibliomaniac, peruser
Examples from the Web for proofreader
Historical Examples of proofreader
Is that not the business of the author, the editor, and the proofreader?
If any questions are to be raised they should be discussed by the proofreader with the author.
W R fired three copyboys and a proofreader he was so mad at himself.Greener Than You Think
The proofreader on a paper of large circulation is an example.The Book of Courage
John Thomson Faris
Any questions which then arise lie between the author and the proofreader.Division of Words
Frederick W. Hamilton
verb -reads, -reading or -read (-ˌrɛd)
also proof-read, 1878, back-formation from proofreader. Related: Proofread; Proofreading.