word of mouth

NOUN
  1. gossip spread by spoken communication
    the news of their affair was spread by word of mouth
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How To Use word of mouth In A Sentence

  • Most manuscripts postdate the stories which have circulated by word of mouth for centuries.
  • That battle had been fought like the battles of ancient times as heard first hand or even word of mouth by the tellers of tales of when the times were grim and the clash of steel echoed throughout the breath of the land.
  • As with so many things, word of mouth and personal recommendation are often the best way to chose a doctor.
  • Most manuscripts postdate the stories which have circulated by word of mouth for centuries.
  • There are also what are known as sleeper hits - films that start small and get bigger and bigger through word of mouth.
  • The story has been passed down by word of mouth.
  • Along with The Odyssey, The Iliad is one of the oldest extant works of Western literature and helped establish the practice of committing oral history and stories to paper, rather than preserving them solely by word of mouth. 100 Greatest Books #25-21 | Fandomania
  • All the orders were given by word of mouth so that no written evidence could be discovered later.
  • Garbled details would be passed on by word of mouth and soon convoys of hatchbacks would head out for sunrise sessions in motorway service stations and picnic spots.
  • Later, maikowere recruited locally by word of mouth. Times, Sunday Times
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