Examples of poster child in a Sentence
She was a stirring speaker and activist and soon became the poster child of the antiwar movement.
Recent Examples of poster child from the Web
First, Consumer Reports made the Trooper the new poster child for vehicles prone to rollovers; Consumers Union, which publishes Consumer Reports,apparently missed the fact that in previous testing the magazine made it a Best Buy(SM).
During the two decades the old hotel stood vacant, it was often held up as the poster child of the street’s decline.
Damon especially has tried and failed to contribute to movements that, quite frankly, aren’t his to commandeer, and thus has become somewhat a poster child for the negative effects of male feminism.
Hall is something of a poster child for the patience Bennett looks for in players.
The price of cryptocurrency poster child, Bitcoin, remained steady, despite on user speculating its value might drop following comments from the world’s second wealthiest man.
Then there's El Conejo Malo, who became the poster child for Latin trap in 2017, all without a proper debut album.
Much has been written on what has become of past venues, the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo being the poster child of atrophy because of the subsequent war that ravaged the area.
This will be the poster child for medical marijuana facilities.
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POSTER CHILD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of poster child for English Language Learners
: a child who has a particular disease and is shown in posters to raise money to help fight that disease
: a person who represents or is identified with something (such as a cause or product)
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