Thesaurus / lobbyist
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The lobbyist revived the subject of politics, the publican went after hot water for a punch, and the eavesdroppers slipped away.

John March, SouthernerGeorge W. Cable

It could not be that she would descend to the plane of a lobbyist!

By the way, what do you think of my going there, and setting up as a lobbyist?

Love in a CloudArlo Bates

Such knowledge as he obtains is brought to him ordinarily by a lobbyist.

Municipal corruption has become a byword, and the lobbyist has made his evil presence felt at the national and State capitals.

The Price of a SoulWilliam Jennings Bryan

Possibly you prefer the blandishments of a lobbyist to the opinion of a practical cowman like Sanders.

The OutletAndy Adams

"I keep them," replied the lobbyist, grandly, as if blaspheming the expense—to Boniface.

Stories by American Authors (Volume 4)Constance Fenimore Woolson

He says that a lawyer should keep to his profession, and not become a lobbyist in the interest of his clients.

A system better adapted to the purposes of the lobbyist could not be devised.

Some of the best laws and some of the worst are enacted through the influence of the lobbyist.

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