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self-advertisement

Line breaks: self-advertise¦ment
Pronunciation: /sɛlfədˈvəːtɪzm(ə)nt
 
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Definition of self-advertisement in English:

noun

[mass noun]
The active publicization of oneself: he turned the group into a vehicle for self-advertisement
More example sentences
  • I once interviewed him for radio in front of a live audience and it was immediately clear that he had a politician's power over a crowd without a political candidate's stench of self-advertisement.
  • In the interests of good business the more enterprising among them published periodicals in which they indulged in self-advertisement and exchanged ideas about activities in a dancing school.
  • There is a sense that what we are watching, for all its painfulness, has less to do with self-examination than self-advertisement.

Derivatives

self-advertiser

1
noun

self-advertising

2
adjective
Example sentences
  • Her tour of broadcasting studios last week was a self-advertising marathon.
  • Here, then, are two performances that are neither self-advertising on the one hand, nor sentimental on the other.

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