Pronunciation of Banner
/bˈanə/, /bˈanə/, /b_ˈa_n_ə/
Synonyms for banner:
advertorial, Banderole, banner ad, advertisement, flier, handbill, the classifieds, playbill, press pack, mailshot, jingle, banneret, tophole, ensign, billboard, advert, hoarding, interstitial, bulletin board, personal column, blue-ribbon, classified ad, PROMO, tag line, a-one, station identification, station break, endorsement, signposted, topnotch, placard, trailer, junk mail, situations vacant, publicity stunt, topflight, display advertising, infomercial, want ad, imprint, noticeboard, clickthrough, keep out, commercial break, Oriflamme, plaque, bumper sticker, sandwich board.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
ad on web/internet page (noun)
flag, usually with message (noun)
cue, notation, icon, insignia, flag, figuration, designation, token, gesticulation, wave, brand, key, hint, indication, crest, motion, sign, gesture, semaphore, guidepost, marker, beacon, logo, signal, legend, signpost, pointer, ticket, denotation, symbol, prompt, lighthouse, emblem, stamp, label, alert, wink, tag, badge, logotype.
Usage examples for banner:
- In its ravishing tone we perceive the marching tread of the myriads of believers of nineteen centuries; we see them moving onward under the fluttering banner of the cross in war, victory, and peace. - "Historical Introductions to the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church", Friedrich Bente.
- On the right, and in front of the royal banner, Blasco Nunez, supported by thirteen chosen cavaliers, took his station, prepared to head the attack. - "History-of-the-Conquest-of-Peru-with-a-preliminary-view-of-the-civilization-of-the-Incas", Prescott, William Hickling.
- Banner of freedom and freedom's peace. - "Selected Poems", William Francis Barnard.