Similar words: anchor, performance, lie at anchor, dormant, doorman, melancholy, formal, format. Meaning: ['æŋkə(r)mən] n. a television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute.
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1. The late-night current affairs programme has a new anchorman.
2. The anchorman flung his whole weight back, tightening the rope.
3. Julia, 45, will now deputise for anchorman Trevor McDonald, taking the helm only on Sunday evenings and holidays.
4. His narrating hero and anchorman, Nicholas Jenkins, is constantly being mildly surprised by the way things and people turn out.
5. But like anchorman Trevor McDonald, she gave a faultless performance and everything went without a hitch.
6. The jovial anchorman on the local news reaches into the pocket of his blazer and extracts a fortune cookie.
7. Anchorman: What do TV reporters wear under their pants?
8. The television anchorman was reporting evening news.
9. Finnish anchorman Kimmo Wilska has been sacked after being caught live on air drinking a bottle of beer (see photo), the Daily Mail of London reported.
10. Who knew that the BBC Newsnight anchorman is an avid fan of prog-rock?
11. Look at the news anchorman standing in his waders in the rising river as the water approaches his chest.
12. I heard that the anchorman of the CBC TV network's evening news got fired.
13. Gongkai, female[sentencedict.com], anchorman of English Video Program of Shenyang Government Affairs Publication Office.
14. Bai Yansong, anchorman with China Central Television , said he opposed the boycott.
15. If you said "an anchorman on official Chinese state media", you either live in Shanghai or you're just crazily well-informed.
16. I'll never be an anchorman. The job's there, but I can't reach it.
17. The anchorman of the BBC network's evening news got fired.
18. Being an anchorman or newsman is a lot like being a pilot.
19. He became the most high-profile newscaster in Britain when he made his debut as the programme's anchorman.
20. Whether he runs in these Olympics, Lewis is recognized as the greatest anchorman in relay history.
21. It isn't easy to get a foothold as an anchorman.
22. In New Hampshire, as police informed an MSNBC television reporter, who duly passed on the news to his stunned anchorman(sentencedict.com/anchorman.html), only carrying a concealed weapon is illegal.
23. I can't host the program as a replacement of the anchorman, I can't do his job.
24. Talladega Nights is a more refined version of the kind of anarchic, semi-improvised comedy that we saw in Anchorman, with the added bonus of being a dead-on pastiche of the Hollywood biopic genre.
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