- It seems a contrivance, a gimmick designed to get attention, which it does.
- They are glossy, glib and trot out all the gimmicks and tricks to catch your attention - and are pointless as anything other than that.
- He challenged the Government to reveal the full cost to taxpayers of what he termed a publicity gimmick.
1920s (originally US): of unknown origin but possibly an approximate anagram of magic, the original sense being 'a piece of magicians' apparatus'.
Words that rhyme with gimmickbulimic, metronymic, mimic, pantomimic, patronymic
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