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word of mouth


  1. informal oral communication:

    The rumor spread rapidly by word of mouth.

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Other Words From

  • word-of-mouth adjective
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Word History and Origins

Origin of word of mouth1

First recorded in 1545–55
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Example Sentences

Or I can take a completely different approach and leverage word-of-mouth marketing and sampling to drive the retail brand.

Nor is it an Eat, Pray, Love-esque word-of-mouth behemoth, and nor yet some viral YouTube drunk baby phenom.

But word-of-mouth and changing times soon made it a classic.

Through databases and word-of-mouth, everyone was fairly aware of who they were working with.

Little-known outside academic circles, the RIE philosophy has spread among parents via word-of-mouth.

Word-of-mouth publicity accounts for the gradual steady growth in the use of the rooms.

Ibrhm; matters were sent also by word-of-mouth; and he was given leave to go.

This will be an unceremonious summary of a word-of-mouth message.

But it was by word-of-mouth invitation that I was in her kitchen yesterday morning.

You might hear the warning given on radio or television, or even by word-of-mouth.





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