Words nearby stenographer
How to use stenographer in a sentence
Like a medical stenographer, Lopez shadows doctors and notes what they prescribe, along with all and sundry pertinent information for proper patient care.Health Care Is Not Lost in Translation With This App|Eugene Robinson|July 20, 2021|Ozy
Ya-chu Chuang, a 28-year-old freelance stenographer, has been working from home, but could not avoid going into her workplace one day this week.How a False Sense of Security, and a Little Secret Tea, Broke Down Taiwan's COVID-19 Defenses|Gladys Tsai / Taipei|May 21, 2021|Time
The disturbed congressional stenographer who went on a bizarre rant about Freemasons before being removed from the House chamber.
Why the House Stenographer Snapped by Michael Daly Remember Dianne Riedy?Read This, Skip That: The Best of The Daily Beast in 2013||December 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Instead, it ended with a stenographer screaming about the freemasons.
He taught himself to write by serving as phantom stenographer to the literary he-man.
At the invitation of the blonde stenographer at the desk, he squatted on a chair and lighted a cigarette.
You wouldn't think it to look at me, but I'm head stenographer in the general super's office.
As soon as I came in, he fired his kid stenographer on some errand or other, and made me sit down and tell him all I knew.
He didn't know where to look for the blue-print, but just then his boy stenographer came back and found it for us.
It was now very close to the time when I must summon a cab and drive to the ferry; and yet I was still shy one stenographer.In Search of the Unknown|Robert W. Chambers
British Dictionary definitions for stenographer
- mainly US and Canadian a person skilled in the use of shorthand and in typingBrit equivalent: shorthand typist
- a peson with these skills whose job it is to record verbatim everything that is said during a court case