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Correct spelling for ADVERTISERZ
We think the word advertiserz is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for advertiserz
- Advertiser(Definition of advertiser)
- Advertised(Definition of advertised)
- Advertise(Definition of advertise)
J. b. pilkington, portland, ore., a well-known grower of a general line of nursery stock, advertises french, japanese and italian chestnut trees and the american sweet.
In the simple and earlier form of advertisement the extent and nature of the circulation was the only thing considered by the advertiser, and the man who printed the newspaper got more and more profit as he extended that circulation by giving more reading matter for a better-looking paper and still selling it further and further below cost price.
"this is what it is," replied rodolphe, "my heart resembles those lodgings that are advertised to let as soon as a tenant leaves them.
Then some miles of open country, with a building here and there which might possibly have added a little picturesqueness to the dismal scene had not those despoilers of all picturesqueness, the advertisers-and, above all, the advertisers of pills-made an eyesore wherever the same was possible.
I would then advertise myself as the celebrated professor brainey, or whatever name i might choose, and wait for my first customer-a middle-aged man.