Noun Advertisement Definition and Examples







A notice or announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service, or event or publicizing a job vacancy.
  1. 'Our public service advertisements continue to appear in national magazines.'
  2. 'They have produced advertisements for beers, cosmetics, stores and movies.'
  3. 'That is why so many advertisements for products consist of nothing more than the name of the product and perhaps a smiling face.'
  4. 'And nowhere is this science more exciting than in the advertisements for personal care products.'
  5. 'Over the years, I've noticed various advertisements for customised designer beds.'
  6. 'He would frequently answer advertisements for rental vacancies, but no landlord would offer his family a spot.'
  7. 'Brightly-coloured neon signs are mostly used as rooftop advertisements for hotels or other commercial institutions.'
  8. 'The advertisements for promoting television sets also help in achieving a boost in overall sales.'
  9. 'Students created advertisements for their products, and they also learned how to make change.'
  10. 'All advertisements for cosmetic surgery should also carry clear health warnings, she added.'
  11. 'unhappy clients are not a good advertisement for the firm'
  12. 'It comes down to a system that is no advertisement for American technology.'
  13. 'The walk on Sunday was a huge success story and was a very good advertisement for the Walkway.'
  14. 'It was the government's best possible advertisement for a new stadium.'
  15. 'After all, torture victims are the best possible advertisement for terrorist recruitment.'
  16. 'Then again, this article was basically one long deranged advertisement for his shows.'
  17. 'February is the month when there is no vegetation to cover this awful advertisement for the town.'
  18. 'The film is no bad advertisement for the company, either.'
  19. 'A while back, I wrote an article that was basically one big advertisement for how incredibly datable I am.'
  20. 'It would be the most richly observed advertisement for the values of freedom we can imagine.'
  21. 'All in all it makes a poor advertisement for the firm.'
((n.) The act of informing or notifying; notification.|--|(n.) Admonition; advice; warning.|--|(n.) A public notice, especially a paid notice in some public print; anything that advertises; as, a newspaper containing many advertisements.|--|)


1. a paid announcement, as of goods for sale, in newspapers or magazines, on radio or television, etc.

2. a public notice, especially in print.

3. the action of making generally known; a calling to the attention of the public: The news of this event will receive wide advertisement.


"There can be advertisement hoardingses."
"There can be advertisement viewings."
"There can be advertisement sections."
"There can be advertisement promotions."
"There can be advertisement features."
"There can be advertisement campaigns."
"There can be advertisement series."
"There can be advertisement regulations."
"There can be advertisement pages."
"There can be advertisement managers."
"There can be advertisement controls."
"There can be advertisement billboards."
"There can be advertisement volumes."
"There can be advertisement leaves."
"There can be advertisement displays."
"There can be advertisement departments."
"There can be advertisement companies."
"There can be advertisement columns."
"There can be advertisement appearings."
"There can be advertisement writers."

Late Middle English (denoting a statement calling attention to something): from Old French advertissement, from the verb advertir (see advertise).

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