[ US /ˈhuˌpɫɑ/ ]
[ UK /hˈuːplɐ/ ]
  1. blatant or sensational promotion
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How To Use hoopla In A Sentence

  • The usual hoopla surrounded the arrival of the pop star.
  • This chart really puts it all into perspective and shows that all the hoopla over inflation returning is overdone.
  • When the political whoopla died down the fried potatoes quietly regained their French identity even though the French actually call them pomme frits and the English call them chips... in English. Time to Make the Donuts... and spread xenophobia
  • But after all the hoopla and celebration, and there certainly was celebrating as we were wined and dined at Seattle's Space Needle and Bell Harbor, it is the things that go unnoticed that are the most worthy of celebration. Pat Yongpradit: Innovative Educators, Innovative Relationships
  • She comes across as an empty-headed, weak woman in all this hoopla over her book.
  • Take a look at where we ended up after all that site-search hoopla: right at the very spot where our journey for a more progressive future had begun.
  • Despite the hoopla, the Admiralty dragged its feet for a year in arranging the formal trial.
  • It was published in February 1996 to much hoopla. Christianity Today
  • The children were so busy enjoying themselves at the pool that the caricature, hoopla, wheel of fortune, and other stalls wore a deserted look.
  • The hype and hoopla generated by the event did not excite everyone.
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