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public image

noun as in false front

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Within the baseball world, the glossy view of Palmer--his public image--is seen as a sort of strange joke.

“What I like about Gibson is that he so contravenes his public image—that of a hard, off-putting guy,” Wheeler said.

Her diaries, released much later, revealed a far more passionate woman than the ramrod-backed public image allows.

To rehabilitate his battered public image, he needs to do more than take selfies on the steps of City Hall.

The State of Israel prides itself on being masters of public image.

The Steward's Branch created efficiency problems and was a constant source of embarrassment to the service's public image.

Again there was an improvement in the public image of the United States abroad.

The safety of this method was its artificiality; between the King and his public image there was really no relation.

Mr. Martin, you said earlier in your testimony that you were building a public image of Marina Oswald?


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to public image, such as: disguise, display, front, guise, image, and mask.

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