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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.
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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
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pam•phlet•eer

(ˌpæm flɪˈtɪər)

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

pamphleteer

[ˌpæmflɪˈtɪəʳ] Nfolletista mf, panfletista mf
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pamphleteer

nVerfasser(in) m(f)von Druckschriften/Flugblättern
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References in classic literature ?
He now became a pamphleteer in support of King William and the Whigs.
Polyglot, of unknown parentage, of indefinite nationality, anarchist, with a pedantic and ferocious temperament, and an amazingly inflammatory capacity for invective, he was a power in the background, this violent pamphleteer clamouring for revolutionary justice, this Julius Laspara, editor of the Living Word , confidant of conspirators, inditer of sanguinary menaces and manifestos, suspected of being in the secret of every plot.
"You have, perhaps, yourself written pamphlets without severely persecuting pamphleteers."
There is no need to doubt her arguments that neutral trade concealed more illicit slave trading than has been realized and that this greatly displeased the British pamphleteer James Stephen, whose antislavery credentials are undeniable.
In doing so, he hopes to uncover the identity of his nemesis, the anonymous pamphleteer "Lady Justice." In Scotland, he encounters none other than Lady Emily Vale, the woman to whom he's been betrothed for years.
Regarded as second only to Shakespeare, Milton, a Puritan, political pamphleteer, and advocate of freedom of the press, was also the author of the well-known and sublime Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes, dictated when he was totally blind.
In the words of Jonathan Swift, an Anglo-Irish satirist, essayist, and political pamphleteer: A man should never be ashamed to own that he has been in the wrong, which is but saying that he is wiser today than yesterday- At a time when ISIL terrorists are running away from the soon to be fully liberated city of Tikrit in Iraq - with their tails between their legs, CIA Director John Brennan says the United States cannot afford to allow ISIL "march into" the Syrian capital Damascus, adding that Washington is no longer seeking a "regime change" in the Arab country!
At a deeper level, she positions Dekker the pamphleteer as a writer responsive to trends and tropes of his own time, locating him as part of a circle that also included Ben Jonson and whose members were appreciative of the rhetoric about peace that was part of James I's reign, rather than the chivalric and militaristic tone of nostalgia that characterised Elizabeth's.
The Montblanc Writers Edition 2014, Daniel Defoe pays tribute to the prolific novelist, pamphleteer and journalist.
"It's the People's Agenda, sir," responded the neatly dressed young pamphleteer. "No thank you," said the archbishop, and with thumb and forefinger he dropped it back into the arms of the startled unbisho.p.
He was an indefatigable pamphleteer and platform speaker: James Callaghan, the former Prime Minister, described Menon as "the embodiment of the movement within Britain for India's freedom".
Later a confidant of Robert Owen, Godwin outlived the period of his greatest popularity (to circa 1805) by many decades, eking out a living as a children's author, novelist, and pamphleteer but often perilously close to the breadline in his later years.