bully pulpit definition

  • noun:
    • An advantageous place, in terms of making a person's views known or rallying support: "The presidency was indeed changed from a bully pulpit on Pennsylvania Avenue to a stage the dimensions of the world” ( Hugh Sidey).
    • an advantageous place from which expressing a person's views
    • an exceedingly advantageous position that to extol one's some ideas; -- used specifically toward presidency of the United States, that was described hence by President Theodore Rossevelt.
    • a public office of sufficiently high ranking so it provides the owner with a chance to speak out and be paid attention to on any matter
    • An advantageous position, as for making one's views understood or rallying assistance: "The presidency was in fact changed from a bully pulpit on Pennsylvania Avenue to a stage how big is the world” ( Hugh Sidey).
    • an advantageous place that to express an individual's views
    • a very beneficial place from which to extol a person's some ideas; -- used specifically on presidency of united states of america, that was described thus by President Theodore Rossevelt.
    • a public office of adequately high rank so it provides the holder with a chance to speak out and start to become paid attention to on any matter

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