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
Mark Ratzky worked for 22 years for the Daily Racing Form and has been the simulcast announcer/publicity at Los Alamitos for the last 19 years.
Filed by local defense attorney John Cain, the complaint alleged Lindquist threatened Nemetz’s right to a fair trial, and violated rules of professional conduct governing extrajudicial statements in the interests of seeking publicity.
The couple alleged in their lawsuit that Arpaio brought the case against them to garner publicity for himself and to do political damage to Flake's father.
The couple alleged in their lawsuit that Arpaio brought the case against them to garner publicity for himself and to do political damage to Flake’s father.
The lawsuit filed by the couple alleges Arpaio pursued charges against them to do political damage to the Republican senator from Arizona and gain publicity for himself.
Latvala said Corcoran’s crusade last session against tourism and economic development programs was not about policy but was done to attract publicity.
Seeking to avoid bad publicity, the pension’s directors convened an emergency conference call and decided to pull their money.
It's made to generate ratings, generate publicity for our sport.
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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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