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word–of–mouth

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of word–of–mouth

  1. made or carried on through speaking rather than in writing <not having the money to run ads, the restaurant relies on word-of-mouth publicity> Synonyms nuncupative, oral, spoken, unwritten, viva voce, word-of-mouthRelated Words consensual, implicit, informal; articulated, verbalized; given, pronounced, said, sounded, stated, told, voicedNear Antonyms explicit, formalAntonyms paper, written




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