word of mouth
Origin of word of mouth
Related formsword-of-mouth, adjective
Examples from the Web for word of mouth
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.
Word-of-mouth should be strong and this movie is likely to have what the industry calls “legs.”
But it was by word-of-mouth invitation that I was in her kitchen yesterday morning.The Little Lady of the Big House|Jack London
You might hear the warning given on radio or television, or even by word-of-mouth.In Time Of Emergency|Department of Defense
Word-of-mouth publicity accounts for the gradual steady growth in the use of the rooms.The Library and Society|Various
Bn Shaikh is well-apprized of word-of-mouth matters, and will inform thee of them.
This will be an unceremonious summary of a word-of-mouth message.