Definition of Touch-typist
1. Noun. A skilled typist who can type a document without looking at the keyboard.
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1. Getting a Living, a Vocational Civics Text by James Lynn Barnard (1921)
"Speed is also such a big factor that every operator in the large telegraph companies must be an expert touch typist, so that as he hears the sound and ..."
2. Oral English: Or, The Art of Speaking by Antoinette Knowles (1916)
"The "Touch" Typist versus the "Sight" Operator. Value of a Commercial Education. Advantages of Actual Practice in Bookkeeping. Attitude in Business. ..."
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