Hype [noun]

Definition of Hype:

extensive publicity

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Sentence/Example of Hype:

The move comes at a time when hype around medical AI is at a peak, with inflated and unverified claims about the effectiveness of certain tools threatening to undermine people’s trust in AI overall.

That could make it tough for the Browns, even with an additional playoff slot in the AFC — although Cleveland’s talent looks better on paper than it did last year, despite the relative reduction in hype.

Stock splits tend to draw attention to companies that conduct them—and increased hype can translate into more stock sales.

It seems as if just about everyone is getting into the SPAC hype.

Separately, here’s a spot of Friday feedback, regarding my essay yesterday about the hype around 5G and its geopolitical importance.

There are other differences to account for the home-court advantage beyond God and hype videos.

To bear the victor's hard commands, or bring The weight of waters from Hype'ria's spring.

But let us hype they distributed some of their superfluous coin among these hapless exiles to purchase food and a night's lodging.

It has to be withheld from hype-trainees, otherwise they might deliberately flunk their course.

I saw images of the ship riding along beside me, out there in the hype.