Examples of publicize in a Sentence
The company neglected to publicize the side effects of the new drug.
a highly publicized murder trial
Recent Examples of publicize from the Web
Design review board member Rob Lewallen said that last week’s meetings were publicized, and until now there have not been concrete revisions to present.
Many, many (many) folks contacted Abby to express their disappointment after her response was publicized by Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense.
Hansen said, when asked why the district publicized the letter.
Amazon does not publicize its number of Prime subscribers, but analysts estimate more than 50 million.
The sentencing marked the end of a case that unfolded in the midst of a tense and highly publicized battle between the Wrigley rooftop owners and the Ricketts family, which purchased the Cubs in 2009.
Washington (CNN)A new report from Bloomberg this week reveals that Russian cyberattackers were much more involved in the US presidential election than previously publicized.
He was disbarred in 2009, but continued his activism and helped publicize the plight of lawyers arrested in the sweeping crackdown that began in July 2015.
Legal activist Jiang Tianyong disappeared in November after publicizing the plights of the families of lawyers who had been detained in a crackdown on rights activists.
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First Known Use of publicize
PUBLICIZE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of publicize for English Language Learners
: to cause (something) to be publicly known : to give information about (something) to the public
PUBLICIZE Defined for Kids
Definition of publicize for Students
: to give publicity to
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