Examples of talking head in a Sentence
The debate was followed by hours of talking heads analyzing the candidates' performances.
Recent Examples of talking head from the Web
There were highlights, of course, along with live reports from ESPN reporters, funny video bits and, yes, a bunch of talking heads in boxes providing (surprise!) insightful discussions about sports.
Trump's new national security adviser, John Bolton, is a former U.N. ambassador, a White House veteran — and perhaps most importantly a Fox News channel talking head.
But is Dakich a Louisville hater or just a self-promoting talking head with a poor grasp of social media?
And while countless politicians and talking heads moan about leftist political correctness at America's universities, far fewer seem concerned about this troubling uptick.
Indeed Trump recently picked TV talking head and free marketer Larry Kudlow as his new chief economic adviser.
Eight days after the original New York Times report, Trump brought Joseph di Genova, a lawyer and conservative talking head, onto his legal team.
Trump initially named another Fox talking head, Monica Crowley, as the senior director of strategic communications for the NSC.
Kellyanne Conway, a former political strategist and talking head on cable news, who has produced no policy response.
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Definition of talking head for English Language Learners
: a person who gives information or opinions on a television show and whose head and shoulders are shown on the television screen
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