publicist

[ puhb-luh-sist ]
/ ˈpʌb lə sɪst /

noun

a person who publicizes, especially a press agent or public-relations consultant.
an expert in current public or political affairs.
an expert in public or international law.

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Origin of publicist

From German, dating back to 1785–95; see origin at public, -ist
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British Dictionary definitions for publicist

publicist
/ (ˈpʌblɪsɪst) /

noun

a person who publicizes something, esp a press or publicity agent
a journalist
rare a person learned in public or international law
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