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adjective as in announced

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Moreover, TikTok recently launched new ways to advertise on the app, giving brands more opportunities to attract customers.

Going on television, that would be a waste of money because you’ll be advertising your premium wax to a whole load of people who aren’t at all interested in surfing.

She was looking to advertise high-priced products in order to build a retargeting list of higher value customers.

Bars, restaurants and other non-essential businesses have closed, forcing marketers to reconsider how much they should be advertising to reach a population in lockdown.

From Digiday

The events, which were advertised beforehand, took the form of neighborhood block parties, barbecues, or marches to the polls, and included food, family-friendly entertainment, dance troupes, face painting, and games, per Green.

From Eater

ISIS had broadly advertised its acquisition of a broad range of U.S.-made weapons during its rampage across Iraq.

To attract like-minded women, Bob advertised himself on lifestyle websites like

And in World War I, hares were advertised as a “good martial diet.”

At times, the events were even advertised on state television stations.

The idea of a soap being advertised as gluten-free struck me as ludicrous—roughly on par with a shampoo proclaiming to be low fat.

The Charmington boot and the Charmington Bouquet were very freely advertised.

The overhead doors beneath a sign which advertised car washing by steam ran up on their track as the gray sedan came into sight.

A person who failed to receive the benefit advertised recovered the reward.

An artist visited the city, and advertised a set of "choice paintings, on exhibition for a few days."

Smillie also was advertised to speak, and great interest was manifested, and much criticism passed by the miners.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to advertised, such as: displayed, posted, publicized, broadcast, exhibited, and noted.

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