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synonyms for ads

  • announcement
  • circular
  • commercial
  • endorsement
  • flyer
  • notice
  • plug
  • promotion
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How to use ads in a sentence

About th' time Hogan got th' flower-pot, th' fire-sale ads an' th' Rooshyan outrage news both stopped in th' newspa-apers.
MR. DOOLEY SAYSFINLEY DUNNE
We're a sad lot iv old la-ads, hatin' th' school, but hatin' th' grajation exercises aven more.
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Finally, he picked up the newspaper from where he'd dropped it and began turning back to the want ads.
VICTORYLESTER DEL REY
Company information at bottom of each ad page was reduced to one placement at the end of the ads.
MOUNT RAINIERVARIOUS
Look after the ads, said my Mother, and the acts will take care of themselves.
THE CELEBRITY AT HOMEVIOLET HUNT
The captain drops his point, and stares a moment, and then cries 'Ads my life!
HUMPHREY BOLDHERBERT STRANG
Watch 'em on the cars any morning and you'll see them studying the ads.
THE CLARIONSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
Ads Heart, Madam, you won't leave me just in the Nick, will you?
THE BUSIE BODYSUSANNA CENTLIVRE
We had lots of ads from the tradespeople at Gresham and a few from Richmond firms, enough to pay for the printing.
BACK AT SCHOOL WITH THE TUCKER TWINSNELL SPEED
He was passing the public library at the moment and was moved to go in and look up the "want ads" in the papers.
VICTOR OLLNEE'S DISCIPLINEHAMLIN GARLAND
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