[ druhm-bee-ter ]
/ ˈdrʌmˌbi tər /
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a person who vigorously proclaims or publicizes the merits of a product, idea, movie, etc.; press agent.
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How to use drumbeater in a sentence
Near him stood, leaning on his drum, the tall bass-drum beater (Bill Burroughs) of the band.
In their midst goes the drum-beater, an aged man adorned with an eagle's feather behind each ear.The Delight Makers|Adolf Bandelier
Mr. Crayford is a magnificent drum-beater, but after to-night your genius won't need him, I hope and believe.The Way of Ambition|Robert Hichens
Such was the force of the inspiration of Bootlbac the drum-beater, caused by the burning of the Identical.The Shaving of Shagpat, Complete|George Meredith