Examples of publicity in a Sentence
His public appearances are good publicity for the new movie.
An arrest for drunk driving is bad publicity for any celebrity.
The film has gotten some good publicity.
She has received a lot of publicity for her latest novel.
The studio spent a lot of money on publicity for the movie.
Recent Examples of publicity from the Web
Perhaps to wring one last bit of publicity out of the scam, Milo’s planning a press conference in Berkeley for tomorrow.
As a publicity stunt for his upcoming record Encore and Sirius XM station Shady 45, Eminem threw a fake election party for his alter ego, Slim Shady.
As the real-life inspiration for Winnie-the-Pooh, he was forced to participate in its publicity and was harassed by people who couldn’t separate literature from reality.
And the best thing is that all the publicity is no doubt doing wonders for the production.
Besides sending the cocksure and (admittedly) chauvinistic Riggs into a depression, the match, which some dismissed as a publicity stunt, would go on to be remembered as a symbolic achievement for women in a decade of tremendous social progress.
The deadline to become a sponsor is Nov. 6, though to maximize publicity opportunities the earlier sponsors come forward, the better, said Debbie Kurth, RB Community Foundation president and luncheon chairwoman.
After all, victims who advocate for gun control receive an avalanche of positive publicity.
On Sunday, Trump used Pence for the undignified purpose of reigniting his NFL flame war, a publicity stunt the vice president would never have come up with on his own.
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First Known Use of publicity
Synonymsballyhoo, hype, puffery
Related Wordsad, advertisement, commercial, message, plug, promotion, spot, word; banner, bill, billboard, placard, poster, sign; advertising, marketing, propaganda; pronouncement, publication, release; broadcast, bulletin, dispatch, newscast, report, story; ink [slang], testimonial, write-up
PUBLICITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of publicity for English Language Learners
: something that attracts the attention of the public
: attention that is given to someone or something by newspapers, magazines, television news programs, etc.
: the activity or business of getting people to give attention to someone or something
PUBLICITY Defined for Kids
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