A sexy “lobbyist” named Destiny, who Nicholson uses to seduce politicians on Capitol Hill, attempts to bed Senator Tanner.
lobbyist Lloyd Hand, a former aide to Lyndon Johnson, flitted from conversation to conversation.
In any other case, those would be weird words coming from a lobbyist.
They hired a lobbyist: former Rep. J.C. Watts, who played quarterback at the University of Oklahoma.
A lobbyist only needs to call in one favor to block a bill or an appointment indefinitely.
The lobbyist revived the subject of politics, the publican went after hot water for a punch, and the eavesdroppers slipped away.
It was the haunt of the concession-monger; of the lobbyist; of the men who wanted something.
He says that a lawyer should keep to his profession, and not become a lobbyist in the interest of his clients.
It pleases Mrs. Taine to be, in the world of art, a lobbyist.
It could not be that she would descend to the plane of a lobbyist!
[A] strong lobbyist will permit himself to lose heavily at the poker-table, under the assumption that the great Congressman who wins the stake will look leniently upon the little appropriation he means to ask for. [George A. Townsend, "Events at the National Capital and the Campaign of 1876," Hartford, Conn., 1876]