from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A writer of pamphlets or other short works taking a partisan stand on an issue.
- intransitive v. To write and publish pamphlets.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a writer or publisher of pamphlets, a second-rate journalist
- v. To publish and distribute pamphlets as a form of propaganda.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A writer of pamphlets; a scribbler.
- intransitive v. To write or publish pamphlets.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A writer of pamphlets: sometimes used in contempt.
- To write and issue pamphlets.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a writer of pamphlets (usually taking a partisan stand on public issues)
Or you can take the approach of an old fashioned pamphleteer, which is what blogging has mainly been up to now.
Voltairean spirit had in the Press of the Left a representative who was very formidable to religious ideas namely the pamphleteer
He was by calling a pamphleteer, and seems not to have been aware that the sharpness of style and of temper which may be tolerated in a pamphlet is inexcusable in a state paper.
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(_Defoe wrote an enormous number of pamphlets; for great part of his life he might almost have been described as a pamphleteer pure and simple.
Patriot and modern day "pamphleteer", Robpatozz THIS IS NO JOKE THE MESSAGE OF FREEDOM MUST GO
London pamphleteer John Huske called the articles of capitulation “the most infamous a British subject ever put his hand to.”
Rex Lee, one of President Reagan's solicitors general, famously declared when being pressured by administration officials to adopt a more political stance in the 1980s, "I'm the solicitor general, not the pamphleteer general."
He was a polemicist rather than an analyst or political thinker – his headmaster at the Leys School in Cambridge presciently forecast a future as a pamphleteer – and, like all the best polemicists, brought to his work outstanding skills of reporting and observation.