Examples from the Web for telegenic
He was also a charismatic, telegenic speaker with a face improved by plastic surgery several years earlier.
Let me be clear, as the president would say: Obama is telegenic and charming.
The telegenic former state attorney general and federal judge is Hispanic and hugely popular in Nevada.
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He has long been hailed as a conservative rising star and as a polished and telegenic African American Republican.
They grow up accepting the politics of telegenic competition, a poor substitute for competence and commitment.
Telegenic or not, a president or a TV star has little, if any, impact on our fulfillment in the interconnected world of our time.
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Judith Barrett, pretty and blonde actress, is the first Telegenic Girl to go on record. In other words, she is the perfect type of beauty for television. ... She is slated for the first television motion picture. [Baltimore "Sun," Oct. 16, 1939]