Professional bloggers essentially get paid to shill the clothes they like and travel the world—to be influencers.
Contrary to the claims of the Daily Kos crowd, Third Way is not a shill for corporations.
He is also quite happy to shill for garcinia cambogia, which he calls the “newest, fastest fat-buster.”
Haaretz, no Netanyahu shill, recently publicized a poll reflecting the Israeli consensus belief in a two-state solution.
I don't keer ter handle you, but I shill ef you don't leab widin five minutes.'
I got mixed up with the Philip on the shilling, and I kept yelling, shill!
The shill led the way to an eight-foot tower mounted on gimbals.
I shill have the whole town on my side, you may be certain of that!
And six makes twenty-eight pounds, four shill——What do you want in here?
At this the hermit in front of the preacher, uttering a shill cry, spread his arms abroad, and quivered from head to foot.
"one who acts as a decoy for a gambler, auctioneer, etc.," 1916, probably originally circus or carnival argot, probably a shortened form of shillaber (1913) with the same meaning, origin unknown. The verb is attested from 1914. Related: Shilled; shilling.
: That summer he shilled for a sidewalk hawker (1914+)
[origin unknown; perhaps, since it is a shortening of shillaber, ultimately fr Shillibeer, the name of an early 1800s British owner of a large bus company, the reference being to persons hired as decoys to sit in buses and attract passengers]