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Synonyms for emcee

a person who acts as host at formal occasions (makes an introductory speech and introduces other speakers)

act as a master of ceremonies


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The event was emceed by Russ Johnston and Kathy Krafka Harkema and honored the best work from 329 entries.
that was emceed by Jeff Warner, senior director of leasing.
Event Emceed by "Adam-12's" Kent McCord and Presentations to be Made by Henry Winkler, City Councilmen Eric Garcetti and Tom LaBonge, and More
The reception will present a specially crafted celebrity stage show emceed by KCAL-TV Channel 9's Jay Jackson, and the occasion will reveal the creation of the Cecil L.
The annual event, sponsored by Arista Records and emceed this year by Sex In The City star and public school advocate Cynthia Nixon, will take place on Monday, November 10th, at 6:30 p.
On Friday night, a Roast of Fishing Legends emceed by Curt Gowdy will include fishing celebrities: Stu Apte, Bill Curtis, Billy Pate, Chico Fernandez, Sandy Moret, George Hommell, Gary Ellis, Mina Hemingway, Doug Hannon, Mark Sosin, R.
After a quiet day of fishing, the boats will return for weigh-in at the Cedar Creek Yacht Club, followed by an exclusive post-party Bass Bash, emceed by Gary Chapman, which will feature top name entertainment, dinner, cocktails and an amazing silent auction.
The party takes place at La Zona Rosa (612 West 4th Street) immediately after the screening and will be emceed by Rakaa Iriscience of Dilated Peoples along with some very special guest emcees.
On both days, the stage will be emceed and feature performances by the cast of the hit musical comedy "Forever Plaid.
The world-famous Radio City Rockettes will highlight a program emceed by Caroline Rhea, star of the ABC-TV sitcom, "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.