public speaker


: a person who gives speeches or lectures to a usually large group of people
She's a gifted public speaker.

Examples of public speaker in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Wells is musician, preacher and public speaker with eight GMA Dove Awards (including contemporary Christian artist of the year and new artist of the year), 10 Grammy nominations (but no wins as yet) and a Billboard Music Award nomination. Paul Grein, Billboard, 11 July 2024 Hyden’s Amazon author bio lists him as a substance abuse counselor, instructor and public speaker. Michael Dorgan, Fox News, 5 July 2024 Rights & Permissions Ashley Judd is an actor, activist and public speaker. Daisy Jones, Vogue, 27 June 2024 Chris Gaffney is a stay-at-home dad, writer, public speaker, and husband living in Wolcott. Chris Gaffney, Hartford Courant, 19 May 2024 The Chilean entrepreneur, public speaker, and passionate Disability advocate harbored a vision to unite a passionate community of explorers, and today Wheel the World is unlocking new doors for Disability tourism globally. Sophie Morgan, Condé Nast Traveler, 20 Jan. 2024 Ryan Harvey has used his platform as a public speaker, author and educator to break the stigma about mental health for Black men. J.m. Banks, Kansas City Star, 15 May 2024 He was gifted academically, mature beyond his years and a strong public speaker. Nathan Pilling, Kansas City Star, 17 Apr. 2024 Foster executive produced the doc, which focuses on Alok Vaid-Menon, a nonbinary author, poet, comedian and public speaker. Victoria Edel, Peoplemag, 10 Mar. 2024

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“Public speaker.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Jul. 2024.

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