Everybody must "moral-crusade," "agitate," "press-agent," play politics.
We editorialize and press-agent ourselves in our inmost musings.
The historian and the press-agent were the inventions of later days.
We have a Press-agent, but for all the good he does he might be back on the old farm, gathering in the hay.
I unleash the Press-agent, and off he shoots, in time to get the story into the evening paper.
Still, his reply was only that his relative was born for a press-agent clearly.
It is amazing how gullibly the public bites at the press-agent's worm.
And suddenly she had met Josh Nebbins, press-agent for a local theater.
He was tempted to believe that she had gone mad and hired a press-agent.
From now on you're going to be my press-agent—I mean Doctor Gilman's press-agent.