flackery


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flackery

(ˈflækɚi)
n. an advertising agency. Ted works for a flackery over on Maple Street.
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Business news was, at best, little more than a weed-strewn patch in which corporate flackery waved in the dusty breeze.
org, a political Web log, as ``a stock campaign site mix of flackery, 'image' galleries, contact info and a handful of gimmes (donation requests).
We don't believe that "appearance is reality," the spin-meisters' motto, and we resent people who assume that we'll fall for their flackery.
Carlson calls Norquist's flackery "a remarkably cynical reversal, even by Washington standards.
They are increasingly filled with sensation, rumor, press agent flackery and bloated trivialities at the expense of significant facts .