front man

  1. a person used as a cover for some questionable activity
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How To Use front man In A Sentence

  • The front man has grabbed his first goal since returning from a fractured skull. The Sun
  • The two couples then applied for a bank loan to help finance construction of a six-bedroom oceanfront mansion.
  • Justin is a fantastic front man who definitely knows how to work a crowd.
  • Does this swaggering rock front man suffer from the same moment of unease? Times, Sunday Times
  • He must shed his spiky exoskeleton and become the front man.
  • He must be the smiling front man and often the one who tells players when they are dropped. The Sun
  • I would also confront many stereotypes about suicide, a word that means self-murder, an act that some religious faiths once equated with eternal banishment from heaven.
  • Postmodern brings a vaguous dual heritage to the psychology and thus metatheory will unavoidably confront many uncontrollable and contradictory difficulties.
  • But as the old saying goes, the front man plays well, the team plays well. The Sun
  • We certainly do not need another front man for imperialist aggression around the world and a police state at home.
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