Definition of 'word of mouth'
Example sentences containing 'word of mouth'
No stone to be left unturned, and a report by word of mouth brought back by three o'clock at the latest.THE FIVE MILLION DOLLAR PRINCE (2003)
But perhaps he had sold the whole lot on a word of mouth deal and then refused to deliver the deeds?HIGH STAND (2003)
So the story passed by word of mouth, and it wasn't written down or reported, and some people said that Harry had put it all behind him.VAPOR TRAIL (2003)
Definition of word of mouth from the Collins English Dictionary
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