Word of the Day

WORD OF THE DAY
Raconteur
ra-ˌkän-ˈtər
Part of speech: noun
Origin: French, early 19th century
1

A storyteller

2

One who seems to have an anecdote for every occasion

Examples of Raconteur in a sentence

“She was more than a performer — between songs, she shared fascinating stories like a modern-day raconteur.”

“Someone needs to tell Mr. Smith that we need a geology professor, not a raconteur with a story for every situation.”

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