Press-gaggle definition

(US, journalism, politics) An informal off-camera briefing given by a spokesperson or politician.
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(rare) A noisy crowd of journalists.
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Noun

Singular:
press-gaggle
Plural:
press-gaggles

Origin of press-gaggle

  • By analogy with a gaggle of geese. First recorded in the briefing sense in the early 2000s.

    From Wiktionary