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  1. expressed orally
    the film had good word-of-mouth publicity
    a viva-voce report
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How To Use word-of-mouth In A Sentence

  • This movie absolutely exemplifies a word-of-mouth success. Top 10 Highest-Grossing R-Rated Comedies » Scene-Stealers
  • By relying on mystique and word-of-mouth, whether here or overseas, the company saves a bundle on marketing costs.
  • If the film received favorable reviews on initial release, that praise paled in comparison to word-of-mouth buzz following a real nuclear accident.
  • These social networking sites harness the age-old power of the word-of-mouth recommendation and can be potent marketing tools.
  • Runners are drawn to Yasso 800s by Bart's unforgettable name, the simplicity of the workout, and word-of-mouth success stories.
  • the film had good word-of-mouth publicity
  • In general, information about sport was conveyed by newspapers or by word-of-mouth.
  • Edelman and CIC, a Chinese word-of-mouth consultant, have released a white paper on what large numbers of Chinese are saying about health care. (ex Matthew Hurst). Blogspotting - BusinessWeek
  • An effective way to separate the chaff from the wheat is word-of-mouth. Access to medical specialists at Lakeside
  • Word-of-mouth: Personal influence is the most powerful force in marketing but consumer acvocacy, whether explicit (telling someone about a new product) or implicit PyroMarketing
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