Announcer [noun]

Definition of Announcer:

media commentator

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Sentence/Example of Announcer:

Named after Ben Bentley, the team’s first public relations man and public address announcer, Benny has grown into perhaps the most well-known sports mascot of all time — and certainly the most-followed.

Delancy's hand shot out to the radio switch, cutting off the voice of the announcer.

The voice that had been held rigidly to the usual calm clarity of an official announcer became suddenly high-pitched and vibrant.

He was in his hotel room at the Mayfair when the announcer chimed, five hours later.

Its contribution to Progress consists in its value as an "announcer" of a higher ideal, rather than a higher order.

Tom muttered, his shoulders drooping as the announcer signed off.

He recognized a backdrop he had seen thousands of times behind the announcer who introduced the news-casts.

The announcer again came forward and gave out the competitors for the next contest, steer-roping and tying.

At the middle trumeau stands John the Baptist, he who was sent before to prepare the way, the announcer as well as the witness.

The announcer escorted a third man to the centre of the ring, a genial-faced young fellow in shirt-sleeves.