One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘after all the ballyhoo, the film was a flop’
publicity, advertising, promotion, marketing, propaganda, push, puffery, build-up, boosting
commotion, fuss, ado, flurry, excitement, ferment, tumult, hurly-burly, hue and cry, bustle, hustle and bustle
hype, spiel, hoo-ha, hullabaloo, flap, song and dance, splash
British kerfuffle, carry-on
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