NounAuthor (plural Authors)
- (dated) (said by audience members after a performance) Please perform again!
Adjectives for Author
veteran; competent; wild; versatile; accomplished; important; successful; prolific; eminent; favorite; distinguished; famous modern; esteemed; engaging; amiable; vivacious; charming; noble; ardent; cheerful well-meaning; inspiring; sane; disputatious; capricious; irresponsible; untrained whimsical; perplexed; budding; unknown putative; sentimental; dogmatic; forgotten; judicious; elusive; nascent; anonymous: irate; gregarious; antique; disillusioned gifted; recent; alleged; striving; fearless venerable; aspiring; delightful; remote contemporary; cunning; neglected; profound; classical; agitated; anxious; vain juvenile; comic; bigoted; superstitious.
Verbs for Author
acclaim—; acquaint with—; animate—; appreciate—; challenge—; criticize—; dishonor—; disturb—; employ—; engage—; enthuse (colloq.)—; exhaust—; frustrate—; honor—; inspire—; laud—; persecute—; plague—; rouse—; slander—; —bewitches; —casts about; —characterizes; —colors; — compels; —compiles; —composes; —creates; —cultivates; —dabbles; —declares; —dedicates; —describes; —devotes; —divines; —dreams; —edits; —exploits; —foreshadows; —gloats; —improvises; —indicates; —instigates; —labors; —languishes; —libels; —moralizes; —motivates; —objects; —originates; —philosophizes; —pirates; —plagiarizes; —produces; —pursues; —retires; —shapes; —soliloquizes; —translates; —voices; discuss—.
actor; advertising writer; agent; ancestor; ancestors; annalist; apprentice; architect; art critic; artificer; artist; authoress; bear; beget; begetter; beginner; belletrist; bibliographer; breed; bring about; bring forth; bring to effect; bring to pass; builder; catalyst; cause; causer; coauthor; collaborate; collaborator; columnist; compiler; compose; composer; conceive; conceiver; constructor; copywriter; craftsman; create; creative writer; creator; critic; dance critic; dash off; descanter; designer; deviser; diarist; discourser; discoverer; disquisitor; do; doer; drama critic; dramatist; editorialize; effect; effector; effectuate; encyclopedist; engender; engenderer; engineer; essayist; establish; executant; executor; executrix; expositor; fabricator; father; formulate; found; founder; framer; free lance; free-lance; free-lance writer; generate; generator; gestate; ghost; ghostwrite; ghostwriter; give birth to; give occasion to; give origin to; give rise to; grower; humorist; inaugurate; inaugurator; indite; inditer; industrialist; initiator; inspirer; instigator; institute; institutor; introducer; inventor; journeyman; knock off; knock out; literary artist; literary craftsman; literary critic; literary man; litterateur; logographer; magazine writer; make; maker; man of letters; manufacturer; master; master craftsman; medium; monographer; monographist; mother; mover; music critic; newspaperman; novelettist; novelist; novelize; occasion; operant; operative; operator; organizer; origin; originate; originator; pamphleteer; parent; past master; patriarch; penwoman; performer; perpetrator; planner; poet; practitioner; precursor; prepare; prime mover; primum mobile; procreator; produce; producer; prose writer; raiser; realize; realizer; reviewer; scenario writer; scenarist; scenarize; scribe; scriptwriter; set afloat; set on foot; set up; shaper; short-story writer; sire; smith; source; storyteller; subject; technical writer; throw on paper; tractation; word painter; wordsmith; work; worker; wright; write; writer
- authour (dated)
- Rhymes: -ɔːθə(r)
- Alternative form of auctor.