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adjective as in circulating quickly

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The new button could also potentially drive significant traffic to Whisk — especially if a particular recipe went viral — like the “TikTok Pasta” videos have in recent days.

In an analysis of viral misinformation on Facebook last year, Avaaz found that 20 percent of Spanish-language posts received warning labels, compared with 70 percent in English.

As the Hollywood Reporter noted, Carano was slated to star in her own “Star Wars” spinoff, but Disney scrapped the idea after her November tweets on the election and coronavirus went viral.

In the years that followed, several stunt videos featuring the company’s robots have gone viral, showing them dancing, sprinting and performing tricks.

That video of you doing all the New York impressions went viral.

Brooklyn musician Bobby Shmurda, whose ‘Shmoney Dance’ went viral, was arrested today on ‘gang conspiracy’ charges, police said.

Despite the acclaim and the viral popularity, the band has never lost that independant creative spirit.

The clip received heaps of Internet criticism after it went viral, and has since been pulled down from state channels.

The very nature of going “viral” is that it requires the content to be instantly, freely shareable.

Secondary invaders and pus-forming bacteria follow the viral destruction of the lung tissue and form abscesses.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to viral, such as: aggressive, energetic, fervid, growing, vigorous, and zealous.

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