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image-maker

Syllabification: im·age-mak·er
Pronunciation: /ˈimijˌmākər
 
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Definition of image-maker in English:

noun

A person employed to identify and create a favorable public image for a person, organization, or product.
Example sentences
  • And in an era of public personalities crafted by image-makers, she was real: down-to-earth, plain-spoken, funny.
  • The image-makers who have created the modern political convention instinctively hate spontaneity, conflict and any other human element that they cannot control.
  • The telephone is a potent image-maker for retailers.

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