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acquittance discharge from a debt or obligation, or a formal notice of this.
advertise to try to locate something by placing a notice or advertisement before the public (usu. fol. by for). [1/4 definitions]
advertisement a notice or public announcement designed to gain public attention, esp. to promote the sale of certain products. [1/2 definitions]
advt. abbreviation of "advertisement," a notice or public announcement designed to gain public attention, esp. to promote the sale of certain products.
ahem a sound as of clearing the throat, used to attract notice, express doubt, or fill in a pause.
alert to warn or give notice of an emergency or other impending event. [1/3 definitions]
announce to give notice of the presence of. [1/4 definitions]
announcement a public or formal notice, statement, or request. [1/3 definitions]
arise to come into view or notice. [1/4 definitions]
attention consideration or notice. [1/4 definitions]
attn. abbreviation of "attention," consideration or notice (usu. used beneath an address on an envelope to refer to a specific individual, department, or the like, to whom the envelope should be delivered upon receipt).
background out of notice. [1/5 definitions]
bill1 to advertise by public notice or announcement. [1/7 definitions]
break to come into public notice, as news. [1/25 definitions]
caveat in law, a formal request to suspend proceedings until the filer of the notice has had a hearing. [1/2 definitions]
circularize to circulate (a notice, letter, or the like). [1/3 definitions]
considerable worthy of notice or respect; important. [1/2 definitions]
daylight wide public notice. [1/4 definitions]
demand deposit a bank deposit that can be withdrawn with no advance notice.
DEW line a line of radar stations, located along the seventieth parallel in Canada and the United States, that provides advance notice of approaching hostile aircraft or missiles (acronym for "distant early warning").
dismissal a notice of discharge from a job. [1/2 definitions]