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noun: An author of literary or critical works.
From French littérateur, from Latin litterator (teacher of letters, grammarian, critic), from litterae (letters, literature), from littera (letter). Earliest documented use: 1806.
“No major English cemetery would be complete without its poets and litterateurs.”
Carolyn Lyons; A Visit to London’s Cemeteries; Los Angeles Times; Mar 17, 2013.
See more usage examples of litterateur in Vocabulary.com’s dictionary.
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