It could not be that she would descend to the plane of a lobbyist!
It was the haunt of the concession-monger; of the lobbyist; of the men who wanted something.
By the way, what do you think of my going there, and setting up as a lobbyist?
It pleases Mrs. Taine to be, in the world of art, a lobbyist.
No lobbyist had the faintest idea of "approaching" the old man in that way.
Municipal corruption has become a byword, and the lobbyist has made his evil presence felt at the national and State capitals.
Some of the best laws and some of the worst are enacted through the influence of the lobbyist.
Such knowledge as he obtains is brought to him ordinarily by a lobbyist.
He says that a lawyer should keep to his profession, and not become a lobbyist in the interest of his clients.
Though far from equalling his rival in talent, knowledge, and authority, he greatly surpassed him in his skill as a lobbyist.