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Synonyms for advertise

Synonyms for advertise

to make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

to bring to public notice or make known publicly

Synonyms for advertise

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We neither of us possessed money enough to advertise in the newspapers.
Though Sebastien did his work at the office for the small compensation we have mentioned, du Bruel was in the habit of coming there to advertise the fact that he was the under-head-clerk and to draw his salary.
I will advertise your name, and find the matron in that way.
The result was, that, after a few struggles, Oliver breathed, sneezed, and proceeded to advertise to the inmates of the workhouse the fact of a new burden having been imposed upon the parish, by setting up as loud a cry as could reasonably have been expected from a male infant who had not been possessed of that very useful appendage, a voice, for a much longer space of time than three minutes and a quarter.
Toshiba and Sony will be the first companies to advertise on the network, and nine wireless Internet service providers, collectively operating thousands of hotspots, have joined the network.
Since their restrictions were eased a few years ago, lawyers have not advertised to a great degree and, when they do advertise, it is usually in consumer magazines.
The report, from the Center for Media Education, accuses Internet sites sponsored by various manufacturers of kid-oriented products such as breakfast cereal and toys of being not just new places to advertise goods but "highly manipulative forms of advertising, often disguised as information or entertainment, [which] could intrude into every corner of the lives of children.
Directories - Another avenue for foundries is to advertise in directories, including the Casting Source Directory or the Thomas Register.
They argue that the very existence of cigarette ads suggests "it really couldn't be all that bad, or they wouldn't be allowed to advertise," as Elizabeth Whelan of the American Council on Science and Health puts it.