billboard

[ bil-bawrd, -bohrd ]SEE DEFINITION OF billboard

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BILLBOARD

He spotted a billboard one man was wearing, and his eyes focused sharply on it.

On every billboard and in all the newspapers were to be seen appeals to save food.

It would be a change to see someone on a billboard with his mouth shut.

You'd better go to the end of the billboard, Carl, and watch the street.

In front of the billboard he was stopped by Matt, Ferral and some one else.

The billboard is covered with legal notices and court decisions.

Does not this kind of billboard stir the blood in these languid days of spring?

I got out as early as possible and walked until I found a billboard.

There is no question that public sentiment is against the billboard.

"I don't want the old core," said Jerry and threw it against the billboard.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BILLBOARD

publicize

verbmake widely known; promote
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