public figure

  1. a well-known or notable person
    they studied all the great names in the history of France
    she is an important figure in modern music
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How To Use public figure In A Sentence

  • He is the latest public figure to go on record about corruption in politics.
  • Many of the events are informal and unscripted, and can afford glimpses of public figures talking unguardedly about their ideas, their life, and their convictions. The Story Behind the Story
  • Dr Owen might have added, I suppose, that a necessary interest in the private lives of public figures was a feature even of powerful monarchies, where wedding-night consummation was a dynastic issue to be settled with the production of the kind of gloopy evidence now entertaining audiences for forensic science TV shows such as Top stories from Times Online
  • The fore-mentioned National Grain bureau public figures said.
  • He visited all the Balkan countries, meeting with eminent public figures.
  • It says there is a strong public interest in reporting criminal investigations into public figures. Times, Sunday Times
  • Peter Allis has turned golf into a kind of harmless interview where public figures hit a few shots and chat about themselves.
  • Excuse the pun, but this could make the biggest splash not only of his career but of any public figure coming out. Times, Sunday Times
  • They say it is unethical to psychoanalyse public figures from afar.
  • I had also been a public figure in Merseyside and had risen to the rank of chief constable. The Sun
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