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- noun The sort of
languageused in advertisements, typified by bold claims and optimistic encouragement.
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Forgive the gauche adspeak, but: you are your own brand.
We owe it to him and to ourselves to go back and take a good hard look at what he created out of the adspeak and hyperbole that passes for discourse in American life.
And yes, it really is a bit of a greenspeak/adspeak buzzlingomutant, isn't it?
"Live young," announces the Gallic-tinged voiceover, in what may be genuine broken English but is more likely another example of adspeak putting the mother tongue through the mangle.
Panelists debated the effectiveness of "having a conversation" with customers, adspeak for providing extensive details based on their interests.