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1‘she relied on hype and headlines to stoke up interest in her music’
publicity, advertising, promotion, marketing, puff, puffery, propaganda, exposure
informal boost, push, fanfare, build-up
informal plug, plugging, razzmatazz, ballyhoo
1‘this was another stunt to hype a new product’
publicize, advertise, promote, push, boost, merchandise, give publicity to, give a puff to, puff, puff up, build up, talk up, bang the drum for, beat the drum for
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