word of mouth
See also: word-of-mouth
Alternative forms edit
- word-of-mouth (attributive)
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- (idiomatic) Verbal means of passing on information.
- The book didn't need to be advertised; it became popular solely by word of mouth.
- 1983, R.E.M. (lyrics and music), “Just a Touch”, in Lifes Rich Paegent:
- Kevin heard it on the radio / Hugh informed word of mouth / Carla read it in the news / Caught it all, just a touch
Related terms edit
verbal means of passing of information