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Notice

Antonyms for notice:

ignore.

Synonyms for notice:

Sense 1

newsworthy, lay eyes on, alarm bell, hint, red alert, current affairs, contemplate, Fame, noticeboard, espial, write up, tell apart, tip off, keep out, plaque, alight on, bulletin board, signposted, code red, newscast, discern, heed, portent, ticket, headline-grabbing, reporting, greeting, law, early warning, newsroom, wake-up call, false alarm.

Sense 2

critique, annunciation, sack, front page, manifesto, reportage, refer, signpost, billboard, banner, recognition, declaration, pick up on, SEE-IN, scandal.

Sense 3

pronouncement, proclamation, surprise, descry, identification.

Sense 4

directory, criticism, edict, spot, update, exclusive.

Sense 5

tell.

Sense 6

sign, look out, register.

Sense 7

catch, scoop.

Sense 9

plate, no..

Sense 13

carry.

awareness

cognizance.

come across

light upon, chance upon, happen upon.

critical review

book review.

discover

detect, pick up on.

experience

feel.

mark off

check off.

memorandum

memo.

observe

witness.

program

playbill.

prompt

reminder.

select

pick out.

Other synonyms and related words:

distinguish, mark, directory, incur, declaration, plaque, newsroom, cognizance, broadsheet, maintain, batting order, ceremonial, learn, reflection, forewarning, write up, descry, see, determine, board, banner, call attention, denounce, reportage, witness, abide by, watch over, eye, follow, receipt, reflexion, exclusive, cite, refer, card, come up, stigmatise, find oneself, honor, let on, reminder, identity card, bill sticker, admonition, get word, keep, observe, recognize, billhook, light upon, law, catch, post horse, honoring, comment, communique, happen, early warning, get a line, government note, scoop, neb, annotate, contemplate, detect, recognise, retrieve, sign, chance on, plug in, describe, unwrap, look out, wit, directive, espy, banknote, flier, admit, edict, awareness, rule, signpost, punctuate, commemorate, bump, poster, gloss, respect, happen upon, throwaway, visor, brand, discover, lineup, headline-grabbing, invoice, memo, behold, memorandum, discern, book review, critique, eyeshade, obtain, heads-up, manifesto, let out, recognition, know, sack, take note, noticeboard, come across, come upon, stigmatize, chance upon, beak, disclose, espial, ceremony, get hold, celebrate, perceive, mailing, expose, remonstrate, telling, admonishment, find, peak, advertence, observance, notification, cross out, tell, mark off, advert, scandal, criticism, ascertain, consciousness, strike off, flyer, reveal, annunciation, set, bank bill, fall upon, visiting card, scorecard, placard, spot, regain, bill of fare, give away, strike out, chance, watch, get, grade, hear, attain, signalise, tick off, point out, key, compliment, check off, encounter, ear, bulletin board, differentiate, bill poster, paragraph, nib, update, reporting, posting, wag, carte, pronouncement, calling card, measure, mention, newsworthy, remark, nock, newscast, watching, feel, ticket, menu, greenback, identify, regard, billboard, specify, label, vizor, heed, circuit board, ceremonial occasion, bill, pick up on, score, proclamation, find out, divulge, lay eyes on, bring out, recover, bank note, pick out, take down, key out, strike, presentment, advertency, hint, note, honour, broadside, get wind, circuit card, carte du jour, cross off, check.

Sense 1 (noun)

sign.

Sense 2 (noun)

red alert, early warning, code red, declaration.

Sense 3 (noun)

tell, pick out, spot.

Sense 4 (noun)

espial, regard, heed, cognizance.

Sense 5 (noun)

banner, directory, plaque, noticeboard, keep out, billboard, no., carry, bulletin board.

Sense 6 (noun)

proclamation, manifesto, pronouncement, annunciation, edict.

Sense 7 (noun)

criticism, newsroom, current affairs, headline-grabbing, newsworthy, critique, front page, newscast, exclusive.

Sense 8 (noun)

descry, discern.

alarm (noun)

bell, foghorn, siren, horn, beacon, buoy, semaphore, whistle, flare, call.

announcement, information (noun)

circular, communication, memo, manifesto, poster, caution, critique, notification, memorandum, handbill, score, criticism, proclamation, caveat, sign, admonition, know, review, declaration, news, directive, comment, warning, advertisement.

attention (noun)

care, consideration, caution, watchfulness, observation, regard, fascination, immersion, attention, rapture, diligence, enrapture, heedfulness, concentration, entrancement, interest, scrutiny, attentiveness, absorption, intentness, engrossment, concern, regardfulness, alertness, mindfulness.

caution (noun)

tip off.

circular (noun)

broadside.

cognition (noun)

observance, observation.

communication (noun)

notification.

credit (noun)

Fame.

importance (noun)

mark.

lookout (noun)

watch.

manifesto (noun)

manifesto.

news (noun)

communication, account, message, rumor, epistle, information, gossip, release, bulletin, announcement, flash, dispatch, statement, report, news.

notice (noun)

observation, card, find, note, mark, remark, bill, poster, observance, detect, point out, acknowledge, comment, posting, observe, discover, placard.

observation (noun)

cognizance, attention, observance, consideration, remark, note, concern, heed, regard, mark, care, respect, ear.

passage (noun)

paragraph.

praise (noun)

compliment.

publication (noun)

commercial, handbill, post, broadcast, newsmagazine, journal, newspaper, organ, circular, publication, dissemination, advertisement, brief, promotion, journalism, promulgation, newsletter, propaganda, herald, periodical, gazette, review.

publicity (noun)

promotion.

respect (noun)

honor.

warning (noun)

alarm, advisory, alert, threat, warning, caveat.

greet (verb)

curtsy, nod, embrace, accost, salute, hail, hug, signal, receive, vociferate, smile, bow, acknowledge, welcome, approach, greet, salaam, kiss, kowtow, wave, shake hands with.

hearing (verb)

ear.

observe, perceive (verb)

catch, acknowledge, refer, detect, spot, recognize, descry, distinguish, see, espy, advert, pick up on, discern.

see (verb)

perceive.

Usage examples for notice:

  • Brandon started, but she did not notice it. - "Cord and Creese", James de Mille.
  • Why did you give me no notice? - "The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood", Arthur Griffiths.
  • Arthur could not but notice it, and he found himself looking with a kind of wonder on the face of his friend. - "Masterman and Son", W. J. Dawson.

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world-shaking

significant, world-shattering, earthshaking, world-shattering, earthshaking, important, significant, world-shattering, consequential, considerable.

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