Authority and Reporter

Authority

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Authority noun – A person with a high level of knowledge or skill in a field.
Reporter and authority are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Reporter" instead a noun "Authority".
Nearby Words: authorize, authorise, authoritative, author, authorization
Synonyms for Authority

Reporter

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Reporter noun – A person employed by a newspaper, magazine, or radio or television station to gather, write, or report news.
Authority and reporter are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Authority" instead a noun "Reporter".
Nearby Words: report, reported, reporting, reportage
Synonyms for Reporter

How words are described

human human authority human reporter
good good authority good reporter
single single authority single reporter
actual actual authority actual reporter
Other adjectives: male, great, little, white, new, political, local.

Both words in one sentence

  • Mikage uses her authority as a police officer, Carly uses her reporter card, and Stephanie uses a coupon of the café she works.
  • After a while, however, new characters might be introduced; maybe the cast need to welcome the Sixth Ranger, or explain themselves to a Reasonable Authority Figure or reporter.
  • Black Boss Lady She presides over her organization with an iron fist, but she's also a Reasonable Authority Figure, and will give the Cowboy Cop (or lawyer, or reporter, etc.) credit where it's due.
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