no·​tice·​board | \ ˈnō-təs-ˌbȯrd How to pronounce noticeboard (audio) \
variants: or less commonly notice board

Definition of noticeboard

chiefly British
: a board bearing a notice or on which notices may be posted especially : bulletin board

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On the noticeboard inside hang advertisements for Polish car services, flats for rent and jobs. The Economist, "Poles departThe beginning of the end of Britain’s biggest episode of migration," 14 Sep. 2017 Fairmindedly, Rex notes that affixing papers to a church door in a university town in 1517 would not have been a radical act per se, as those doors often served as noticeboards. Jim Higgins, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "New books explore the work and world of Martin Luther, 500 years after the Reformation," 27 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of noticeboard

1819, in the meaning defined above

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