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Definition of Advertisement

  • The act of informing or notifying; notification.
  • A public notice, especially a paid notice in some public print; anything that advertises; as, a newspaper containing many advertisements.
  • a public promotion of some product or service

How to use advertisement in a sentence. Advertisement pronunciation.

Advertised also in the 'Daily Courant' for January 20, 1704, under the heading "This present day is publish'd" and in the same paragraph with the advertisement of 'A Representation', was another short pamphlet, 'Some Thoughts Concerning the Stage in a Letter to a Lady'.
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It was Mumford who saw the advertisement and made the suggestion.
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Clarence, good fellow, might be sincere in his wish for her to have companionship; at the same time, this advertisement had probably appealed to him in another way.
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His innate modesty and lack of self-assertion made him very slow at personal advertisement, and his dislike of Tolstoi's views prevented at first an acquaintance with the old sage.
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When it is considered that a portion was property usually very difficult of sale, and that no advertisement of it had been made, no other means than prayer resorted to, it must be convincing to all that there must be "one who knoweth all things," who hears and helps in financial as well as in spiritual necessities.
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Then we inserted an advertisement in one of the daily papers, offering his services, hoping the Lord would bless the means used and answer prayer.
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Sitting opposite to Samuel, she avoided his persistent glances by reading the rows of advertisements above his head.
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It was in a man's garden; a certain particular place, where the trains slow, and folks have time to read the advertisement and meditate on it.
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Every idiot of them will, at all events, come and look at the shop; that can be depended upon; in itself no bad advertisement.
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The pathetic note was a little strained; putting her head aside, Mrs. Damerel looked rather like a sentimental picture in an advertisement.
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For the privilege of occupying such a residence, 'the interior,' said advertisement, 'handsomely decorated,' they were racked with an expenditure which, away in the sweet-scented country, would have housed them amid garden graces and orchard fruitfulness.
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Beatrice knew the public to which her advertisements appealed; she understood exactly the baits that would prove irresistible to its folly and greed.
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On the morrow, Miss. French, attired as a walking advertisement of the South London Fashionable Dress Supply Association, betook herself to Farringdon Street for an interview with her commercial friend.
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Nancy had a newspaper, and was reading the advertisements that offered miscellaneous employment.
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She had written in reply to sundry advertisements, but without result.
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She tried to draw up an advertisement on her own account, but found the difficulty insuperable.
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High and low, on every available yard of wall, advertisements clamoured to the eye: theatres, journals, soaps, medicines, concerts, furniture, wines, prayer-meetings-all the produce and refuse of civilisation announced in staring letters, in daubed effigies, base, paltry, grotesque.
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A battle-ground of advertisements, fitly chosen amid subterranean din and reek; a symbol to the gaze of that relentless warfare which ceases not, night and day, in the world above.
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The shop, with its windows cunningly laid out to allure the female eye, spread a brilliant frontage between two much duller places of business; at the doorway stood a commissionaire, distributing some newly printed advertisements to the persons who entered, or who paused in passing.
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He did so on the back of an advertisement, and added verbal directions.
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Examples of Advertisement

Example #1
The Critical Works of John Dennis', I, 501, has deemed unlikely.
Example #2
It seems clear that the publication and distribution of these books was a feature in the activities of the Societies for Reformation of Manners.
Example #3
But-you don't mean that it's necessary?
Example #4
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Example #5
The house was roomy, the garden delightful.
Example #6
They had a valid excuse for avoiding public entertainments-an expense so often imposed by mere fashion.