A notice, such as a poster or a paid announcement in the print, broadcast, or electronic media, designed to attract public attention or patronage.(noun)
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Use "advertisement" in a sentence
"At least the commercial advertisers have an incentive to offer correct information on their product (tastes great, cheap prices etc) otherwise the customer won't buy the product a second time and the advertisement is a waste of money."
"Bournemouth, no I am only pointing out the differences between these two not for profit businesses that were mentioned in the advertisement, and the advertisement is against the forum rules for both."
"The third line of the advertisement is addressed to the ladies of the air."