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Synonyms for publicity
pʌˈblɪs ɪ ti

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. publicity(noun)

    the quality of being open to public view

    "the publicity of the court room"

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  2. promotion, promo, publicity, promotional material, packaging(noun)

    a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution

    "the packaging of new ideas"

    outfit, trucking rig, turnout, swindle, semi, articulated lorry, getup, carriage, fishing gear, trailer truck, fishing tackle, tackle, tractor trailer, fishing rig, cheat, rig, equipage, rigging

Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. publicity

    notoriety, currency

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. publicity(n.)

    notoriety, currency

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  1. Kita Curry:

    We do n’t really know why, there basically are two plausible explanations. One is that some methods of suicide start to get more publicity, or if someone very high-profile uses a specific method and it’s all over Fox News, it’s going to give other people that idea. We’ve seen that [ in ] high-profile artists or actor’s suicides.

  2. Javier Moro:

    I'm thankful, because they gave me a fabulous free publicity campaign, the Red Sari.

  3. Victor Schwartz:

    Litigation gets publicity. If the government sees something about a case … it can use its power, the subpoena power, to find out more detail.

  4. Hogan Gidley:

    At the time, we thought it was ok, we got all of the publicity and we called it a win, because we were outspent by so much. But looking back on it, we didn't realize it at the time what comes along with a win in Iowa such as the cover Newsweek, the cover of Time, all of the major publications would have pronounced Rick Santorum as the blue collar conservative and winner of Iowa.

  5. Anuj Somany:

    The bigger the controversy hounding the movie, the higher the chance of it being just a part of film publicity; especially when its lead actor is propagated as a big celebrity.

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    An antonym of "spellbound"
    • A. transfixed
    • B. disenchanted
    • C. fascinated
    • D. mesmerized

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