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hype
 v.  promote heavily; to advertise or build up
 n.  excessive publicity and the ensuing commotion; something deliberately misleading
 v.  promote or publicize a product or idea intensively
 v.  promote or publicize (a product or idea) intensively, often exaggerating its importance or benefits.
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1  There's been a lot of hype around/surrounding his latest film.
2  Some experts are concerned that the new drug won't live up to all the hype.
3  The public were not fooled by all the hype the press gave the event.
4  The hype and fervor surrounding the event positively invited scepticism.
5  People went to see the movie because of all the hype.
6  The movie failed to live up to all the hype.
7  Our agenda is simple: to tune out the hype and see what science has to say.
8  They are easily confused with the many startups that have recently launched new crypto currencies via an initial coin offering (ICO), a much hyped form of crowdfunding.
9  One of the most hyped games of the current generation, No Man's Sky has quickly become one of the most controversial; the space sim launched with much fanfare, but quickly came under the gaming community's microscope.
10  They hyped up the crowd with TV to sell their political policy.
11  His latest movie is being hyped up by the media.