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Definition of Readerly

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  • n.- someone who reads books, or who reads in a particular way
  • n.- an insulting expression for someone who has strong right-wing opinions and who does not know much about culture. This type of person is supposed to be typical of people who read ‘The Sun' newspaper.
  • -.- a company that produces a magazine called Reader's Digest, which contains short articles and stories on many different subjects. Reader's Digest is also known for its ‘Prize Draw', a competition held every year in which prize numbers are sent to a lot of people.
  • n.- a palmist
  • n.- someone in Christian churches who is not a priest but who has been given authority to lead a religious service
  • n.- someone who is middle class and well educated, and who has left-wing political opinions and is thought to be the sort of person who reads the British newspaper The Guardian
  • n.- someone who knows what someone else is thinking without being told
  • n.- a weekly US newspaper printed in Chicago. It mainly covers news, entertainment, politics, and culture.
  • n.- people who read a newspaper or magazine, but do not buy their own copy

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Readerly is worth 12 points in Words with Friends and 12 points in Words with Friends
There are 8 letters in readerly: A D E E L R R Y