How to use Burnish in a sentence as a noun

Even after researching the definition of burnish, I'm not sure if you meant that he makes his reputation better or made it worse by his statements.

We're currently hiring people of all types:* We'd like to hire a Senior Software Developer to join our small team and build mobile apps for our customers and drivers, sophisticated internal processing tools, and a robust and polished customer-facing web presence to further burnish our brand.

And because they burnish their brand by maximizing their number of public hit products.

And if it just so happens that you were let go of from your last job for some petty, grossly unfair reason, heavens, no one wants to hear the truth behind that!So people face a lot of pressure to burnish things up, here and there.

[1] At the very least to burnish his reputation.

We're currently hiring people of all types:* We'd like to hire Software Developers of all stripes to join our small team and build mobile apps for our customers and drivers, sophisticated internal processing tools, and a robust and polished customer-facing web presence to further burnish our brand.

CVS is also looking to burnish their brand by showing they truly look out for public health.

How to use Burnish in a sentence as a verb

On the whole, they are doing a pretty good job at burnishing their brand in my eyes...

I found one among my followers on Twitter the other day, using my positive reference to a group as an excuse to burnish his own Enlightened Person credentials.

The equivalent of people flipping channels looking for something interesting to read or repost in social media to burnish a certain image v. people who want to subscribe to what you write and link others to your content.

>> Advertising can only burnish your product, not change the story entirelyWith respect, it is completely the opposite.

Advertising can only burnish your product, not change the story entirely.

Released by companies to burnish the rep, improve recruiting, or reduce maintenance costs by sharing themLaboriously writing tax rules for 50 states + federal the government can't possibly be any programmer's idea of fun.

Not to burnish your resume, but to learn the processes people use to collaborate - source control, issue trackers, code review practices.

Burnish definitions

noun

the property of being smooth and shiny

See also: polish gloss glossiness

verb

polish and make shiny; "buff the wooden floors"; "buff my shoes"

See also: buff furbish