name dropper

  1. someone who pretends that famous people are his/her friends
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How To Use name dropper In A Sentence

  • Cat history, the Radical is such a name dropper, the Radical Is Too Busy To Blog Goodbye, Neoliberal Kitty-in-Chief: Socks Clinton Moves To The Next Level
  • If you are being interviewed by a television reporter for an edited story, be sure to be a name dropper - just make sure the name you drop is the reporter's name. News
  • Susman is a respected figure in Chicago -- he was born and bred in St. Louis and arrived in Chicago in 1989 -- and his critics do not doubt his intelligence and energy, but some complain that he is a name dropper -- he dropped many during my interview with him -- and social climber. Carol Felsenthal: The Pinnacle for Lou Susman: A Mansion in Regent's Park, London
  • Mary Maples Dunn, the Berkshire Conference, the Lunbeck Report, the Radical is such a name dropper Archive 2008-06-01
  • And The Stump could be a name dropper with the best of them too. The Ukiah Daily Journal Forum
  • And, besides, I am not a name dropper and I do not take credit for other people work, EVEN if I actually have a significant input. 11/06/2005 - 11/13/2005
  • And Susan, you're not a name dropper, so for you to drop Warren Buffett's name in that tease, this must have been special. CNN Transcript May 7, 2007
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