Puffery

In law, puffery is a promotional statement or claim that expresses subjective rather than objective views, which no `reasonable person` would take literally. Puffery serves to `puff up` an exaggerated image of what is being described and is especially featured in testimonials. == Origin == In a legal context, the term originated in the English...
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Puffery

• (n.) The act of puffing; bestowment of extravagant commendation.
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puffery

noun a flattering commendation (especially when used for promotional purposes)
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Puffery

Puff'er·y noun The act of puffing; bestowment of extravagant commendation.
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Puffery

A legal exaggeration of praise lavished on a product that stops just short of deception.
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Puffery

See: puffing
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