tout


tout

verb

Definition of TOUT

1
to praise or publicize lavishly and often excessively <a new cleaning agent touted as the only product a homeowner needs for all his or her cleaning chores>
2
to declare enthusiastic approval of <statements from several former patients touting the doctor's alleged cancer cure>
Antonyms knock, pan, slam
3
to provide publicity for <an avalanche of ads touting the new movie>
Related Words advertise, bark, merchandise (also merchandize), sell; push; acclaim, hail, laud, praise; endorse (also indorse), plump (for), plunk (for) or plonk (for); recommend, review; announce, broadcast, publish

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