from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of infomercial.
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- n. A television commercial that advertises a product or service by presenting supposedly impartial information about it.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a television commercial presented in the form of a short documentary
Well, I'm still breathing, but the commercial/informercial is pretty well thought out.
I think the single most effective thing with the informercial is the face that there was no mention of McCain or Bush.
But many residents agreed that the meeting was merely an "informercial," as
Last night the Illinois senator was due to run a 30-minute prime-time "informercial" on four networks.
This is the "informercial" which I watch and had to say I was moved by it.
One that will never, ever leave the bowels of my brain: the first time I saw the Facial-Flex informercial on late night television.
I never watch ABC, anyway - and won't watch their Obama healthcare informercial (you know, like - "It's ONLY $19.95 - plus shipping and handling of $1.6 TRILLION").
The video comes off as a complete informercial, and I wouldn't be surprised if those "patients" were paid actors. elfchick
This morning in an interview that would cause a turkey buzzard to regurgitate a week old piece of road kill, David Gregory let Harry Reid get away with more obfuscations than a late night informercial spokesman.
And the only redeeming value of the hour-long informercial announcing his decision was the purple gingham shirt James wore.
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