Definition of Overadvertising

1. Verb. (present participle of overadvertise) ¹



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Definition of Overadvertising

1. overadvertise [v] - See also: overadvertise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overadvertising

overactivations
overactive
overactivities
overactivity
overactor
overactors
overacts
overacute
overadjusted
overadjustment
overadjustments
overadored
overadvertise
overadvertised
overadvertises
overadvertising (current term)
overaffect
overaffected
overaffecting
overaffects
overage
overaged
overages
overaggressive
overaggressively
overaggressiveness
overagitate
overagitated
overagitates
overagitating

Literary usage of Overadvertising

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1. Readings in Industrial Society: A Study in the Structure and Functioning of by Leon Carroll Marshall (1918)
""overadvertising," however, has been condemned also as one of "the acts which wicked ingenuity has devised .... to drive others out of business and exclude ..."

2. Problems of the Playwright by Clayton Meeker Hamilton (1917)
"The persistent practice of press-agentry alienates more people from the theatre than it attracts; and the overadvertising of inferior productions makes it ..."

3. New England Methodism: The Story of the New England Convention of Methodist by E C E Dorion (1915)
"The students are eager to welcome qualified pastoral tutelage. CRITICISMS FROM REPORTS 1. overadvertising distracts ..."

4. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1916)
"That there is no necessity for overadvertising is self- evident, but we take it that your question means exactly what it infers, and that is—shall he cut ..."

5. The Effects of the Mass Media on the Use and Abuse of Alcohol by Susan Ehrlich Martin, Patricia D. Mail (1995)
"REFERENCES Aaker, DA, and Carman, JM Are you overadvertising? /Advert Res 22(Aug./Sep.):57-70, 1982. Ackoff, RL, and Emshoff, JR Advertising research at ..."

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