Definitions for publicizeˈpʌb ləˌsaɪz
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word publicize
publicize, publicise, air, bare(verb)
"She aired her opinions on welfare"
advertise, publicize, advertize, publicise(verb)
call attention to
"Please don't advertise the fact that he has AIDS"
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
We actually didn't mean to turn the Mermaid into a secret bar, we were just lazy and didn't publicize it.
Media and community members who publicize his name will only glorify his horrific actions, and eventually, this will only serve to inspire future shooters.
I'm writing/posting never to please or displease anyone. Rather, I'm writing/posting just to express, publicize & inculcate my thought-provoking ideas/quotes/insights.
It takes only courage to disclose your/one's visions/dreams/aspirations to someone else/others. Yes, it's only a courageous person that can/will dare to profess/publicize his or her visions/dreams/aspirations. Besides, it takes only courage to pursue/go after a dream/vision or an aspiration. Therefore, you've got to be/remain courageous all the way.
It takes only courage to disclose your/one's visions, dreams or aspirations to someone else or others. Yes! it's only a courageous person that can/will dare to profess or publicize his or her visions, dreams and aspirations. Besides, it takes only courage to pursue or go after a dream, vision or an aspiration. Therefore, you've got to be and remain courageous all the way.
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