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  • n. One who uses hype to promote or advertise.


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hype +‎ -ster


  • It is the product of media, to be sold by the new self-promoting Vollard, or professional hypester Rosenberg.

    July 2008

  • - Paul Wolfowitz Chief neocon hypester of war convinced Washington Saddam posed an

    Conventional Wisdom

  • As Cochran pointed out years ago, the Human Genome hypester got the truth exactly backward -- they implied that genes cause most diseases but denied that genes cause differences in capabilities among races.

    Archive 2005-06-12

  • As ScottJ notes, Chris is a sales machine, not a hypester.

    Feedster: the Friendster of Blog Search?

  • In any event, you can bet the hypester machine on this deal will be locked on overdrive, otherwise known as "full retard," right up until you get the pump -- at which point it'll be dumped.

    Is Facebook a Friend That Investors Need? - Seeking Alpha

  • When the musicians take a break, Rimpel walks around talking to relatives and friends, more like a hostess making the rounds at a church potluck than a hypester working the room. rss feed

  • Comstock is a cut above hypester Goodrich Petroleum (NYSE: GDP) and a certain Headlines

  • How odd, that a man of comedy speaks financial truth, and the man in costume surrenders, confronted with the tapes of the tricks he played when he was a hedge fund hypester?

    The Smirking Chimp - News And Commentary from the Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy

  • In every way, this guy has always struck me as pure huckster, hypester, trickster.

    James Kobielus' Blog

  • Ever the hypester, Jones keeps talking about pushing "the magical number … one-double-oh." stories


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