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Another word for notice

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Noun
  1. The act of noting, observing, or taking into account

      1. To express briefly or casually as a comment:
      2. To take notice of something; observe:
      3. To make a comment or observation:
      1. To think of or consider in a particular way:
      2. To look at attentively; observe closely:
      3. To relate or refer to; concern:
      1. The act of observing:
      2. The power or faculty of observing.
      3. The fact of being observed:
      1. The act or practice of observing or complying with a law, custom, command, or rule.
      2. The act or custom of keeping or celebrating a holiday or other ritual occasion.
      3. A customary rite or ceremony.
      1. A brief record, especially one written down to aid the memory:
      2. A comment or explanation, as on a passage in a text:
      3. A brief informal letter:
      1. A visible trace or impression, such as a line or spot:
      2. A name, logo, or other indicator used to indicate ownership, origin, or level of quality.
      3. A notch made in an animal's ear or hide to indicate ownership.
      1. To pay attention to; listen to and consider:
      2. To pay attention.
      3. Close attention; notice.
      1. The act of watching or observing.
      2. A taking notice of something; a discovery.
      3. The fact of being seen or noticed.
      1. Conscious knowledge or recognition; awareness.
      2. The range of what one can know or understand.
      3. Observance; notice:
      1. The act of close or careful observing or listening:
      2. The ability or power to keep the mind on something; the ability to concentrate:
      3. Notice or observation:
  2. A usually public posting that conveys a message

      1. Something that suggests the presence or existence of a fact, condition, or quality:
      2. An act or gesture used to convey an idea, a desire, information, or a command:
      3. Sign language.
      1. A large, usually printed placard, bill, or announcement, often illustrated, that is posted to advertise or publicize something.
      2. An artistic work, often a reproduction of an original painting or photograph, printed on a large sheet of paper.
      3. One that posts bills or notices.
      1. A sign or notice for display in a public place.
      2. A small card or plaque, such as a nameplate on a door.
      3. To announce or advertise by means of placards.
      1. A panel for the display of advertisements in public places, such as alongside highways or on the sides of buildings.
      2. The advertisement or message posted on such a panel.
      3. An introductory list of highlights from the program or text that follows, as in a broadcast or magazine.
      1. An itemized list or statement of fees or charges.
      2. A statement or list of particulars, such as a theater program or menu.
      3. The entertainment offered by a theater.
    See also:

    show

  3. A public statement

    See also:

    knowledge

  4. Evaluative and critical discourse

      1. To look over, study, or examine again:
      2. To consider retrospectively; look back on:
      3. To examine with an eye to criticism or correction:
      1. A critical evaluation or analysis, especially one dealing with works of art or literature.
      2. To evaluate or analyze critically.
      1. The act of criticizing, especially adversely.
      2. A critical comment or judgment.
      3. The practice of analyzing, classifying, interpreting, or evaluating literary or other artistic works.
Verb
  1. To perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

      1. To perceive with the eye:
      2. To detect by means analogous to use of the eye:
      3. To attend or view as a spectator:
      1. To express briefly or casually as a comment:
      2. To take notice of something; observe:
      3. To make a comment or observation:
      1. To be or become aware of, especially through careful and directed attention; notice:
      2. To watch attentively:
      3. To make a systematic or scientific observation of:
      1. A brief record, especially one written down to aid the memory:
      2. A comment or explanation, as on a passage in a text:
      3. A brief informal letter:
      1. The part or faculty of a person by which one feels, perceives, thinks, remembers, desires, and imagines:
      2. A person of great mental ability:
      3. Individual consciousness, memory, or recollection:
      1. A visible trace or impression, such as a line or spot:
      2. A name, logo, or other indicator used to indicate ownership, origin, or level of quality.
      3. A notch made in an animal's ear or hide to indicate ownership.
      1. To perceive as being different or distinct:
      2. To perceive distinctly; discern:
      3. To demonstrate or describe as being different or distinct:
      1. To perceive with the eyes; detect or distinguish:
      2. To recognize or understand as being distinct or different:
      1. To discover or ascertain the existence, presence, or fact of.
      2. To discern (something hidden or subtle):
      3. To learn something hidden and often improper about:
      1. To catch sight of (something difficult to discern).
      2. To discover by careful observation or scrutiny; detect:

Another word for notice

Noun
  1. A warning

  2. An announcement

      1. The act or a means of enlightening.
      2. The state of being enlightened.
      3. A philosophical movement of the 1700s that emphasized the use of reason to scrutinize previously accepted doctrines and traditions and that brought about many humanitarian reforms. Used with the.
      1. To express briefly or casually as a comment:
      2. To take notice of something; observe:
      3. To make a comment or observation:
      1. Lines of documentation in program source code and batch file scripts. Comments, also called "remarks," are words or symbols that identify a line or a group of lines as text that is not to be compiled or executed.Comment QualityThe bottom line is that most programmers hate to document, and the quality of the documentation ranges from the ridiculous to the sublime (rarely sublime). The quality of the comments goes a long way in determining the ease with which a program can be changed, not only by other programmers, but also by the original programmer. See obfuscator and comment out.
Verb
  1. To observe

  2. To publish a notice

    See also:

    publish