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word-of-mouth

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word–of–mouth

adjective \ˌwərd-ə(v)-ˈmath\

Definition of WORD-OF-MOUTH

:  orally communicated; also :  generated from or reliant on oral publicity <word–of–mouth customers> <a word–of–mouth business>

First Known Use of WORD-OF-MOUTH

circa 1812

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