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notice

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of notice

  1. 1 a published statement informing the public of a matter of general interest <a public safety notice regarding the need for a smoke detector in the home> Synonyms ad, advert [chiefly British], advertisement, bulletin, communiqué, announcement, notification, posting, releaseRelated Words broadside, brochure, circular, flyer (also flier), fly sheet, gazette [British], handbill, handout; bill, billboard, placard, playbill, poster, show bill, sign; broadcast, cablecast, newscast, telecast; advertising, billing, blurb, come-on, commercial, message, pitch, plugola, spot, word; communication, dispatch, report; annunciation, declaration, edict, proclamation, promulgation, pronouncement, pronunciamento, rescript, signification; ballyhoo, boost, buildup, campaign, plug, promo, promotion, propaganda, publicity

  2. 2 a state of being aware <this malicious e-mail will be brought to the notice of the department head> Synonyms advertence, advertency, awareness, cognizance, consciousness, ear, eye, heed, knowledge, mindfulness, note, attention, observance, observationRelated Words hyperawareness, hyperconsciousness; advisement, care, concern, consideration, regard, watch; apprehension, discernment, grasp, mind, perception, recognition, thought, understandingNear Antonyms disregard, neglect, obliviousness, unawareness

  3. 3 a written communication giving information or directions <received a notice of promotion from the head of the company> Synonyms directive, memo, memorandumRelated Words announcement, bulletin, declaration, notification, posting, proclamation, pronouncement, release; dispatch, report; edict, pronunciamento, rescript; charge, command, dictate; directions, instructions, orders, word; encyclical, epistle, jotting, letter, mail, message, missive, note, post [chiefly British]

  4. 4 an essay evaluating or analyzing something <avidly reads the latest theater notices in the paper> Synonyms critique, examen, criticism, reviewRelated Words column, commentary, editorial, punditry; appraisal, assessment, evaluation; analysis, examination, opinion, outline, study, survey

  5. 5 the act or an instance of telling beforehand of danger or risk <in the event of a terrorist threat, the building will be evacuated with little notice beforehand> Synonyms admonishment, admonition, alarm (also alarum), alert, caution, forewarning, heads-up, warningRelated Words auguring, augury, forecasting, foretelling, predicting, prediction, premonition, presaging, prognosticating, prophecy (also prophesy), prophesying; apprising, informing, notification, notifying, tip-off; advice, counsel, guidance, recommendation, suggestion, tip; announcement, declaration




notice

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of notice

  1. 1 to make note of (something) through the use of one's eyes <did you notice what she was wearing?> Synonyms behold, catch, descry, discern, distinguish, espy, eye, look (at), note, see, observe, perceive, regard, remark, sight, spot, spy, view, witnessRelated Words identify, make out, pick out, pick up; attend (to), consider, heed, mark, mind; study, watch; examine, inspect, scan, scrutinize, survey; glance (at), glimpse, peer (at)Near Antonyms disregard, ignore, neglect, overpass, pass over; miss, overlook

  2. 2 to make reference to or speak about briefly but specifically <briefly noticed in his lecture the author's first published work> Synonyms advert (to), cite, drop, instance, name, note, mention, quote, refer (to), specify, touch (on or upon)Related Words allude (to), hint (at), imply, indicate, infer, intend, intimate, suggest; point (out), signal, signify; denominate, designate; indicate; bring up, broach, interject, interpolate, interpose, introduce; infiltrate, insinuate, worm; advertise, announce, broadcast, declare, proclaim, pronounce, publicize, publish, sound; clarify, clear (up), elucidate, explain, explicate, spell outNear Antonyms disregard, forget, ignore, neglect, overlook, overpass, pass over, slight




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