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noun as in ballyhoo

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For weeks leading up to the election, Hagan ran television commercials touting her opposition to “amnesty” for “illegal aliens.”

The pro-gun advocacy group is putting out online ads in Arkansas touting its support of Rep. Tom Cotton, the GOP Senate candidate.

If there is one precious commodity for America, it is our touting of the First Amendment.

In 2008, McConnell ran ads touting the billions of dollars of pork he had brought home to Kentucky over the years.

Science shows the low-fat diet to be BS, and yet the American Heart Association keeps touting it as the ‘heart healthy’ choice.

I never had the least doubt that the shabby man who stood touting for custom outside that caravan was Cyrus Verd.

Means I'm rich, that I can have my own ponies if I want to, 'stead of touting somebody else's old dogs.

Besant supposes that Tothill Street took its name from watermen touting there for fares.

Under the impression that Jeckie had come touting for custom, he received her grumpishly, and eyed her with anything but favour.

Occasionally, I suffered a little from their pouting and touting; but, in the main, I was happy enough between them.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to touting, such as: advertisement, buildup, hoopla, hype, plug, and promotion.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.