noun \ˈflak\

: a person whose job is to make people like or be interested in someone or something

Full Definition of FLACK

:  one who provides publicity; especially :  press agent
flack·ery \ˈfla-k(ə-)rē\ noun

Origin of FLACK

origin unknown
First Known Use: 1939

Other Job Terms

factotum, milliner, ostler, scrivener, tinker, webster, wordsmith


Definition of FLACK

variant of flak

Other Military Terms

bivouac, logistics, petard, salient, sally, supernumerary, tactical



Definition of FLACK

intransitive verb
:  to provide publicity :  engage in press-agentry

First Known Use of FLACK



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