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  • v. To aggressively attract attention for something


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tub +‎ thump.


  • They tubthump this project all over the world as an example of the USA doing good.


  • Greenwich Council likes to tubthump about its own "success", and it's "energy efficiency" ratings are no exception.

    The sliding scales of energy efficiency

  • Christensen, who will host the pilot of NBC's "Parenthood"; and "Treme" protags Wendell Pierce and Khandi Alexander, who will tubthump the HBO serial drama in Italy alongside helmer

  • IAd rolls off Apple cart - Technology News: Hollywood eyes new i-branding offering -- Apple is about to make it easier for Hollywood to use the iPhone as a promotional tool to tubthump new movies and TV shows.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Still, profits fell 12% to $150 million, sinking mostly because of higher fuel costs and promotional costs to tubthump the Disney Cruise Line, and fewer visitors to Disneyland

  • Johnny Depp made a surprise appearance to promote "Alice in Wonderland," and the cast of Summit's "Twilight" franchise returned to tubthump "New Moon."

  • Interstitial promos on the network tubthump not just for the behind-the-scenes special but also for the stage production itself.

  • Several Rodriguez alums showed up to tubthump the pic, including Quentin Tarantino, helming partner Ethan Maniquis and co-stars Jessica Alba and Cheech Marin.

  • Pernilla August and "Millennium" trilogy star Noomi Rapace came to tubthump "Beyond," which screens in Critics 'Week.

  • The YouTube deal, in particular, is a way for the Google-owned company to tubthump its new movie rental business.


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  • “If after years upon years of delving in ditches dark one tubthumper more than others, Kinihoun or Kahanan, giardarner or mear measenmanonger, has got up for the darnall same pur-pose of reassuring us with all the barbar of the Carrageehouse that our great ascendant was properly speaking three syllables less than his own surname (yes, yes, less!)" --Finnegans Wake

    December 12, 2012

  • To promote something heavily.

    August 26, 2009