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mediagenic

Line breaks: media|gen¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌmiːdɪəˈdʒɛnɪk
 
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Definition of mediagenic in English:

adjective

US
Creating a favourable impression when presented in the media: the tawdry modern phenomenon of the mediagenic politician
More example sentences
  • He attributes Malkin's success in drawing uncritical attention from the major media to two things: her saying something contrarian about a matter of current interest, and her being mediagenic.
  • But the mediagenic Campbell was well-known to his neighbors in the 15th, who didn't buy the Democratic campaign argument that he would be a ‘Gingrich clone.’
  • I'll just try to paint the most trenchant, funny, mediagenic sign I can.

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