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Princeton's WordNet

  1. grapevine, pipeline, word of mouthadjective

    gossip spread by spoken communication

    "the news of their affair was spread by word of mouth"

    Synonyms:
    grape, grapevine, line, grape vine, pipeline

    Antonyms:
    written

  2. viva-voce, word-of-mouthadjective

    expressed orally

    "a viva-voce report"; "the film had good word-of-mouth publicity"

    Synonyms:
    viva-voce, word-of-mouth

    Antonyms:
    written

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How to use word of mouth in a sentence?

  1. Eugene Kabambi:

    We've avoided a strong publicity campaign. We've focused on word of mouth communication.

  2. Jeff Bock:

    It's going to be word of mouth on a different level, not on whether the movie was good, but on whether they had enough Purell and wipes.

  3. Ajamu Loving:

    There's a word of mouth aspect to it, all the ads you see for financial help on TV show advisers as being part of your family - it becomes very personal. If your social network has fewer of these people, then you aren't as likely to find people who can build these outcomes.

  4. Jeff Bock:

    To do that, Hollywood will not only need quality films, but well-received ones, chatter. Word of mouth. That's going to be key this summer.

  5. Caroline Weaver:

    A lot of our customers are people who happen to be walking by, and they come in a little surprised and amused by a shop that just sells pencils, but we also get a lot of word-of-mouth business from journalists, designers, architects and kids coming in after school. I love seeing kids get excited about pencils. Adults remember the smell, the tactile sensation of writing with a freshly sharpened pencil.

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