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Maybe it's because Scott was her first love or one of her best friends, but Allison was somewhat of a romantic wordsmith when he was around.
With a cultural heritage as diverse as the sprawling continent itself, this eclectic group of wordsmiths is worthy of a few trips to the bookstore.
Together, they spotlight moments in Didion’s progression as wordsmith and reporter alongside moments in culture.'My Wine Bills Have Gone Down.' How Joan Didion Is Weathering the Pandemic|Lucy Feldman|January 22, 2021|Time
The Magic Keyboard is certainly not perfect, but wordsmiths will grow to love the keyboard and trackpad, as well as the additional USB-C port.Apple's iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard Are a Good Start — But I Can't Wait for the Next Version|Patrick Lucas Austin|May 4, 2020|Time
A shrewder wordsmith might have better navigated the thicket of legislative traps during the Arizona debate.Rick Santorum’s Beltway Curse Is Hurting His 2012 Campaign|Howard Kurtz|February 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If only The Situation was as much of a ladies' man as he is a wordsmith.
Who is the wordsmith penning these rallying cries—Mike Dukakis?
Luntz is the wordsmith who coined the term "death tax" to replace the vague notion of an estate tax.
The person they had just heard was not, after all, a wordsmith.
Would that some wordsmith might e'en recoin these ancient mintages to fill the meager purses of our mouths!On the Lightship|Herman Knickerbocker Viel