A man who designs, writes, acquires, or sells advertising.(noun)
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Use "adman" in a sentence
""Absolutely, conclusively," insists John Slattery, who plays fellow adman Roger Sterling."
"Last month, John Weaver, a former McCain adviser, and Fred Davis, the famously nontraditional Republican adman, launched a Web site for Horizon PAC, which prominently features a large letter H over vague verse: "Maybe someday we'll find a new generation of conservative leaders.""
"Are they scriveners churning out what the novelist Richard Yates himself a sometimes adman called "grubby little jobs for hire," or are they skilled poets performing on a commercial canvas?"