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OXFORD DICTIONARY
THESAURUS
blunted | bluntish | bluntly | bluntness | blur | blurb | blurred | blurriness | blurry | blurt | blurt out

blurb

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Noun

OXFORD DICTIONARY

blurb, n. a (usu. eulogistic) description of a book, esp. printed on its jacket, as promotion by its publishers.

Etymology
coined by G. Burgess, Amer. humorist d. 1951

THESAURUS

blurb

PR, acknowledgment, appreciation, ballyhoo, boost, bright light, buildup, celebrity, commendation, common knowledge, cry, currency, daylight, eclat, exposure, fame, famousness, glare, good word, honorable mention, hoopla, hue and cry, hype, limelight, maximum dissemination, notoriety, plug, press notice, promotion, public eye, public knowledge, public relations, public report, publicity, publicity story, publicness, puff, puffing, reclame, recognition, report, spotlight, write-up

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