- A position of attracting much attention or publicity: people who have a high profile in the communityMore example sentences
- The Gurkhas have a high profile in Britain and a strong measure of public support for their cause.
- Ministers are mindful of the high profile of the cocaine issue at this time.
- In such a tiny parliamentary group and with such a high profile, it was the demands of the job which got to him after a decade at the top.
adjective(high-profile) Back to top
- Attracting much attention or publicity: a high-profile military presenceMore example sentences
- This was a high-profile public event, which would obviously attract media attention.
- Many high-profile public health campaigns seem to be less about making us better than about making us good.
- He is planning to enlist the support of high-profile public figures to campaign against the policy.
More definitions of high profileDefinition of high profile in:
- The British & World English dictionary