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Definition of "messaging" []

  • The practice of sending and receiving written communications by computer or mobile phone (noun)
  • Present participle of message. (verb)

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Use "messaging" in a sentence
  • "But I doubt that the messaging is the main problem (as it gets suppressed or heavily distorted), and I doubt that DB is helping matters much with the inflammatory title of this posting."
  • "One of the basic things that's crippling conservative "messaging" is that they're producing narratives that are so insular and disconnected from perceived reality that no one outside their particular clan knows what the hell they're talking about."
  • "The Produce News quotes Ray Gilmer, vice president of communications for United Fresh, as saying that federal officials "agreed to take a look at how data are compiled to make sure the messaging is 'clear and concise so it can't be misconstrued'.""