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Synonyms for pitchman

an aggressive salesman who uses a fast line of talk to sell something

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someone who travels about selling his wares (as on the streets or at carnivals)

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Therefore, the aim of our paper is to analyze the attitude of soccer fans immediately after the matches, under the influence of the pitchman (celebrities and idols), involvement and fanaticism.
When 'Star Trek' Captain Kirk became Priceline's pitchman more than a decade ago, he smartly (or desperately) decided to be paid in stock.
He's an ad pitchman, a USO veteran, a world traveller and a TV host.
the brainchild of the legendary television pitchman Ron Popeil, has emerged from bankruptcy prepared to make waves in the housewares and personal care markets.
When it became known in early December that former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway would no longer serve as the marquee pitchman for the company's dealerships, it was impossible to skirt the conclusion that time can run out even on a remarkable football player who once was able to defy the pursuits of the most able opponents in the game.
Though the option is a great play in any offense, it requires a lot of repetition for the Quarterbacks to learn the reads and acquire the necessary timing with the pitchman.
There's just one place in North America where an observant Muslim can follow Jared's diet--the two-sandwich-a-day plan that helped Subway pitchman Jared Fogel lose 245 pounds.
She is dancer-choreographer Carmen de Lavallade; he is dancer-choreographer-director-poet-painter-costume designer-TV pitchman ("the Uncola") Geoffrey Holder.
A president who was respected around the world would make a far more effective pitchman for our values.
Colin Powell couldn't manage that, and he is a more adept pitchman than Ms.
Yesterday, Lord Justice Rose and Mr Justice Pitchman, sitting at the High Court in London, found newspaper publishers Express Newspapers guilty of contempt because the October 23 article had created "a real, substantial, more than remote risk" that the course of justice would be "seriously impeded or prejudiced".
Maytag even sent its famous TV commercial pitchman.
Former Senator and Viagra pitchman Robert Dole, aged 81 years, can rest assured that men older than 56 years continued to account for most Viagra prescriptions.
Bob Dole, television pitchman, former Senator Bill Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard