master of ceremonies

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Synonyms for master of ceremonies

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

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The youngster picked pointers on managing weddings from his father, an expert master of ceremonies having more than 10 years of experience in the line, reports the China Daily.
Auditions for the master of ceremonies role are being held on Friday, November 28.
From April 3 to 6 a workshop will be held, with Rem Koolhaas as master of ceremonies.
On December 3rd, Marlene and I and a large number of staff and friends attended a festive retirement party held at the historic Hermit Club in Cleveland, at which Mark Goodman, the new publisher, was the very able master of ceremonies.
Comedy legend Hal Kanter served as grand master of ceremonies, while pop-culture icon Henry Winkler entertained the library's supporters as emcee.
Matt Lauer, co-host of NBC's Today show, will serve as Master of Ceremonies at The Doe Fund's 12th annual "What New York Needs" Gala on Thursday, October 26 at The Pierre.
Darren Parker, president of the Antelope Valley Human Relations Task Force, will be master of ceremonies.
Master of ceremonies was Carlton Television's head of sport, Gary Newbon.
But he is most likely to live in memory for the seemingly small role of Catalabutte, the Master of Ceremonies, in The Sleeping Beauty.
lie's written scripts and served as master of ceremonies for countless fund-raisers and gay events.
NJ Burkett served as the gala Master of Ceremonies.
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