Raconteur: Word of the Day

Raconteur, n.

A person who is skilled in relating stories and anecdotes interestingly.

Samuel Clemens was considered both a writer and a man who could deliver stories before a group, a true raconteur.

How will you use raconteur in a sentence today?

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One response to “Raconteur: Word of the Day

  1. Tony Curtis, who passed away today at the age of 85, was known to his friends, especially Sir Roger Moore, as a man who could raconteur with the best of them.

    Okay, not strictly a correct use of the word, but I was quoting Moore.

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