Definition of reportorially in US English:



North American
  • See reportorial

    • ‘It nails down the wry, wisecracking tone of the business world in lively, almost reportorially vivid detail.’
    • ‘In his introduction, Boynton defines the ‘new new journalism’ as ‘reportorially based, narrative-driven long-form nonfiction’ and lauds it as representing ‘the continued maturation of American literary journalism.’’
    • ‘Both reportorially and philosophically, Gitlin helps the reader understand once-familiar political strategies like "sit-in" and "teach-in."’