blurb

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A short description of a book, film, musical work, or other product written and used for promotional purposes
To write or quote something in a [[#Noun|blurb]]
The blurb about a new book, film, or exhibition is information about it that is written in order to attract people's interest. A brief publicity notice, as on a book jacket.blurb v. a short description giving information about a book, new product etc (An invented word)
The paragraph or so printed on the cover or dust jacket of a book which almost always tells you how important the book is
a short description or commentary of a book or author on a book jacket
Advertisement found on the book jacket designed to promote the sale of the book
This is any text of little value or interest
{i} short advertisement that is intended to make people interested in the item offered (especially about a new book or film)
A description or commentary of an author or book content positioned on the book jacket
Short message about a business, product, service, or related topic
the site provides consumer-oriented product information - no technical data
the publisher's description and recommendation of a book, usually found in the front flap of a book jacket
a short description of a book/author on a book jacket
Abbreviated, positive review of the book or the author often appearing on the back cover or in front matter
layout term
Publisher's description of a book, printed on a dust jacket or elsewhere
A short description of a book, film, or other product written for promotional purposes
Advertisement from publishers or vendors
a promotional statement (as found on the dust jackets of books); "the author got all his friends to write blurbs for his book"
Text that summarizes an article, usually set smaller that the headline and larger than the running text Also called a breakout or pull quote
the promotional description used on a dustwrapper or wrappers
blurbs
plural of blurb
blurb

    Türkische aussprache

    blırb

    Aussprache

    /ˈblərb/ /ˈblɜrb/

    Etymologie

    [ 'bl&rb ] (noun.) 1914. Coined by American humorist Gelett Burgess (1866-1951) on a at a trade association dinner in 1907. It said “YES, this is a “BLURB”!” and featured a (ficticious) “Miss Belinda Blurb” shown calling out, described as “in the act of blurbing”.

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