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pub·li·cist

 (pŭb′lĭ-sĭst)
n.
One who publicizes, especially a press or publicity agent.
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publicist

(ˈpʌblɪsɪst)
n
1. (Journalism & Publishing) a person who publicizes something, esp a press or publicity agent
2. (Journalism & Publishing) a journalist
3. (Law) rare a person learned in public or international law
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pub•li•cist

(ˈpʌb lə sɪst)

n.
1. a person who publicizes, esp. a press agent or public-relations consultant.
2. an expert in public or political affairs.
[1785–95; < German; see public, -ist]
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publicist

an expert in public or international law.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.publicist - someone who publicizes
communicator - a person who communicates with others
adman, advertiser, advertizer - someone whose business is advertising
PR man, press agent, public relations man, publicity man - someone employed to arrange publicity (for a firm or a public figure)
ballyhoo artist, sensationalist - someone who uses exaggerated or lurid material in order to gain public attention
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publicist

noun PR agent, spin doctor, public relations man or woman He doesn't even have a publicist - almost unheard of for a Hollywood star.
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Translations

publicist

[ˈpʌblɪsɪst] Npublicista mf
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publicist

[ˈpʌblɪsɪst] npublicitaire mf
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publicist

nPublizist(in) m(f)
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publicist

[ˈpʌblɪsɪst] npubblicitario/a
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References in classic literature ?
Van Baerle was sufficiently versed in the history of his country to know that the celebrated Grotius was confined in that castle after the death of Barneveldt; and that the States, in their generosity to the illustrious publicist, jurist, historian, poet, and divine, had granted to him for his daily maintenance the sum of twenty-four stivers.
Now, in the first place, a publicist would call the attention of Russia and China
They were both pupils of the great Dr Hirsch, scientist, publicist and moralist.
London, United Kingdom, August 17, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Veteran PR consultant Ivan Booth has released a new book aimed at providing current and prospective publicists with illuminating information about the industry.
Competitors like Walt Disney (DIS) have responded by yanking movies from the service and 21st Century Fox (FOX, FOXA) has sued claiming Netflix induced executives to breach their contracts, however that has not stopped the company from attracting publicists with as much as $400,000 in salary and other compensation and senior professional with similar pay raises.
Today, mitigation, damage control and corrections are major staples of publicists' diets.
Washington, Jan 15 ( ANI ): Veteran actor Jerry Lewis has been chosen as this year's recipient of the Lifetime Achievement award by Hollywood's union publicists.
So it was an insight-filled hour when some top New York bartenders and national publicists sat down with Cheers editor Liza B.
But that has not stopped Chasen's friends in Hollywood's tight-knit community of publicists and other behind-the-scenes movie chiefs working overtime to develop their own theories.
It is designed to facilitate the "rapid, dissemination of teachings" of contemporary publicists throughout the world.
Summary: Britain's Got Talent runner-up Susan Boyle has not been thrown off the show's spin-off tour, her publicists have insisted.
NEW YORK CITY: How often do we get to hear about publicists touted for their honesty about the shows they represent?