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Ballyhoo   Listen
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ballyhoo  v. t.  (past & past part. ballyhooed; pres. part. ballyhooing)  To advertize or publicize noisily or blatantly.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Ballyhoo" Quotes from Famous Books



... cried a curly-pated little Belfast sailor, coming up to us, "thin arrah! my livelies, jist be after sailing ashore in a jiffy:—the divil of a skipper will carry yees both to sea, whether or no. Be off wid ye thin, darlints, and steer clear of the likes of this ballyhoo of blazes as long as ye live. They murther us here every day, and starve us into the bargain. Here, Dick, lad, har! the poor divil's canow alongside; and paddle away wid yees for ...
— Omoo: Adventures in the South Seas • Herman Melville



Words linked to "Ballyhoo" :   promotion, hoopla, ballyhoo artist, packaging, publicity, advertise, advertize



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