What is another word for flack?

Pronunciation: [flˈak] (IPA)

Flack is a word that has become more popular in recent years, especially in the world of media and public relations. Flack is often used to describe a public relations person or a company's spokesperson. Synonyms for flack include advocate, representative, promoter, and spokesperson. An advocate is someone who supports a particular cause or policy, while a representative is someone who acts on behalf of another person or group. A promoter is someone who promotes a product or service, while a spokesperson is someone who speaks on behalf of a company or organization. All of these words can be used as alternatives to flack, depending on the context in which the word is being used.

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What are the hypernyms for Flack?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Flack?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

What are the opposite words for flack?

The word "flack" generally means publicity or advertisement, but it can also mean criticism or negative feedback. Its antonyms are "silence" and "ignorance." Silence means complete lack of noise or disturbance, which can be interpreted as a lack of promotion or attention. Ignorance, on the other hand, is an absence of knowledge or understanding, which can result in disregard or disinterest. Other antonyms could include "privacy," "modesty," or "secrecy," as these terms are generally associated with the opposite of promotion and publicity.

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Usage examples for Flack

You're a married man, flack?
"The Hampstead Mystery"
John R. Watson
Inspector Seldon and flack passed rapidly through the grounds and reached the front door of the mansion.
"The Hampstead Mystery"
John R. Watson
"Put your finger on that bell and keep on ringing it, flack," he said suddenly.
"The Hampstead Mystery"
John R. Watson

Famous quotes with Flack

  • I used to get some flack from my agents because I wouldn't even audition for parts where the hero uses violent force to be a hero.
    Mackenzie Astin
  • I think it would be impossible if you had a name like mine not to get a little flack for it.
    Michael Winterbottom

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