name dropper

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: dropper - someone who pretends that famous people are his/her friendsname dropper - someone who pretends that famous people are his/her friends
faker, imposter, impostor, pseud, pseudo, role player, sham, shammer, pretender, fraud, fake - a person who makes deceitful pretenses
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Guanzon has already denied that accusations of Cardema, who she described as a liar and name dropper.
Aber, show us, you (overage), trying hard name dropper," the feisty poll official said in a tweet.
Pete's autobiography was called Pete Price: Name Dropper. It was great to see some of those names, such as Billy Butler, Phil Redmond and Les Dennis at the Town Hall to honour Liverpool's adopted son.
Night of the Name Dropper City Library Local media historian Chris Phipps will be in Newcastle on Wednesday night with an invitation to join him for a blast back through the region's celebrity visits.
Tim Radcliffe Holmfirth Name dropper I KNOW Denis Kilcommons' light-hearted article on place names was not supposed to be all-inclusive but Land of Nod and Sunk Island, both in the former East Riding, surely deserve a mention.
"He would often regale us about his stage exploits and was a name dropper without equal.
.you are such a name dropper Angela: Hey I got the 'phonics to sign something for's in my pocket...
A bigger name dropper I could not name than your new Monday columnist, Tom Gutteridge.
Tony Micelotta is not much of a name dropper but he did tell me Paul McCartney has dropped by for a drink.
He would not be a name dropper. He would not presume on his wealth.
He's also a name dropper: Stapleton shadowed astronauts Peter Conrad and John Young during his career, and he once studied under photographer Ansel Adams, who taught him the secret to bringing out detail in a wedding dress (we're not telling.)
The name dropper returned a week or few days later and sought out the Executive Director at the LTO main office and once again started name dropping the Speaker's name.