pamphleteer


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pam·phlet·eer

 (păm′flĭ-tîr′)
n.
A writer of pamphlets or other short works taking a partisan stand on an issue.
intr.v. pam·phlet·eered, pam·phlet·eer·ing, pam·phlet·eers
To write and publish pamphlets.

pamphleteer

(ˌpæmflɪˈtɪə)
n
(Journalism & Publishing) a person who writes or issues pamphlets, esp of a controversial nature
vb
(Journalism & Publishing) (intr) to write or issue pamphlets

pam•phlet•eer

(ˌpæm flɪˈtɪər)

n.
1. a person who writes or publishes pamphlets.
v.i.
2. to write or publish pamphlets.
[1690–1700]

pamphleteer


Past participle: pamphleteered
Gerund: pamphleteering

Imperative
pamphleteer
pamphleteer
Present
I pamphleteer
you pamphleteer
he/she/it pamphleteers
we pamphleteer
you pamphleteer
they pamphleteer
Preterite
I pamphleteered
you pamphleteered
he/she/it pamphleteered
we pamphleteered
you pamphleteered
they pamphleteered
Present Continuous
I am pamphleteering
you are pamphleteering
he/she/it is pamphleteering
we are pamphleteering
you are pamphleteering
they are pamphleteering
Present Perfect
I have pamphleteered
you have pamphleteered
he/she/it has pamphleteered
we have pamphleteered
you have pamphleteered
they have pamphleteered
Past Continuous
I was pamphleteering
you were pamphleteering
he/she/it was pamphleteering
we were pamphleteering
you were pamphleteering
they were pamphleteering
Past Perfect
I had pamphleteered
you had pamphleteered
he/she/it had pamphleteered
we had pamphleteered
you had pamphleteered
they had pamphleteered
Future
I will pamphleteer
you will pamphleteer
he/she/it will pamphleteer
we will pamphleteer
you will pamphleteer
they will pamphleteer
Future Perfect
I will have pamphleteered
you will have pamphleteered
he/she/it will have pamphleteered
we will have pamphleteered
you will have pamphleteered
they will have pamphleteered
Future Continuous
I will be pamphleteering
you will be pamphleteering
he/she/it will be pamphleteering
we will be pamphleteering
you will be pamphleteering
they will be pamphleteering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pamphleteering
you have been pamphleteering
he/she/it has been pamphleteering
we have been pamphleteering
you have been pamphleteering
they have been pamphleteering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pamphleteering
you will have been pamphleteering
he/she/it will have been pamphleteering
we will have been pamphleteering
you will have been pamphleteering
they will have been pamphleteering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pamphleteering
you had been pamphleteering
he/she/it had been pamphleteering
we had been pamphleteering
you had been pamphleteering
they had been pamphleteering
Conditional
I would pamphleteer
you would pamphleteer
he/she/it would pamphleteer
we would pamphleteer
you would pamphleteer
they would pamphleteer
Past Conditional
I would have pamphleteered
you would have pamphleteered
he/she/it would have pamphleteered
we would have pamphleteered
you would have pamphleteered
they would have pamphleteered
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pamphleteer - a writer of pamphlets (usually taking a partisan stand on public issues)
author, writer - writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
Translations

pamphleteer

[ˌpæmflɪˈtɪəʳ] Nfolletista mf, panfletista mf

pamphleteer

nVerfasser(in) m(f)von Druckschriften/Flugblättern
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