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advertise

verb advise, announce, apprise, attract, broadcast, circularize, circulate, communicate, describe, disseminate, divulge, exhibit, expose, feature, flourish, focus the attention, headline, herald, inform, notice, notify, placard, post, proclaim, proffer, promote, promulgate, publish, push, report, rumor, spotlight, spread, throw the spotlight on, transmit, trumpet, warn, whisper
Associated concepts: deceptive advertising practices, false advertisement, unfair trade practices
See also: communicate, divulge, expose, herald, inform, notify, organize, post, proclaim, proffer, promote, propagate, publish, spread
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