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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwordsmithword‧smith /ˈwɜːdsmɪθ $ ˈwɜːrd-/ noun [countable]  someone who is clever at using language
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wordsmithI've been a wordsmith since my hand could hold a pen.It's tempting to wonder what he'd make of wordsmiths all around re-writing his work; mellowed out or gobsmacked?And their personal therapy group can now be swelled by the addition of Thom Yorke, the wordsmith and frontman of Radiohead.It's a matter for conjecture whether he would have been willing to accept a real theatre wordsmith had one been available.
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