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Correct spelling for ADVERSTISING
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Possible correct spellings for adverstising
- Advertising(Definition of advertising)
- Advertise(Definition of advertise)
One captain glomax was going, and the county had been driven to the necessity of advertising for a successor.
In europe your travelling doctor advertises the loss of a diamond ring, the gift of a russian autocrat; or he monopolises a whole column in a newspaper, feeing perhaps a title for the use of a signature; the large brass plate, the gold-headed cane, the rattling chariot, and the summons from the sermon complete the work.
On the whole, a jollier, harder-working, or better-tempered lot than these negroes it would be hard to desire, and they are as light-hearted, fortunately, as true-hearted, even in the midst of cruel adversities.
As soon as the different arrangements were completed, i collected the men, and told off those who were to accompany me. i then gave the rest over in charge to harris, and, in adverting to their regular conduct hitherto, trusted they would be equally careful while under his orders.
Never getting honours-arm and arm with those who did; never in scrapes-advising those who were; imperturbable, immovable, calm above mortal cares as an epicurean deity.
I'd advertise in the papers, and turn the whole country upside down before i'd give up!