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Where does the word blurb come from you ask?
As a noun, Merriam-Webster defines blurb as “a short publicity notice (as on a book jacket)” and as a verb, “to describe or praise in a blurb.”
Michael Quinion posted his take to his site World Wide Words. The Wikipedia entry is quite informative.
Who knew the word was 99-years old?
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