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Barrator vs. Narrator — What's the Difference?

Barrator vs. Narrator — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Barrator and Narrator

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Barrator

One who engages in barratry.

Narrator

A person who narrates, such as one who provides off-screen commentary in a documentary.

Barrator

One who is guilty of barratry, vexing others with frequent and often groundless lawsuits; a brangler and pettifogger.

Narrator

A character in literature, especially a novel or short story, who relates the plot and sometimes plays a role in the story.

Barrator

One who abuses their office by dealing fraudulently.
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Narrator

A character in a fictional movie, play, or similar production who comments on what is happening, often through voice-over.

Barrator

(obsolete) One who buys or sells political or ecclesiastic offices.

Narrator

One who narrates or tells stories.

Barrator

A judge who accepts bribes.

Narrator

(narratology) The person or the "voice" whose viewpoint is used in telling a story.

Barrator

A ship's master who commits gross fraud or barratry.

Narrator

The person providing the voice-over in a documentary.

Barrator

(archaic) A quarrelsome person, one who fights, a bully.

Narrator

One who narrates; one who relates a series of events or transactions.

Barrator

One guilty of barratry.

Narrator

Someone who tells a story

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