Synonyms for advert
|Grammar : Verb|
|Spell : ad-vurt|
|Phonetic Transcription : ædˈvɜrt|
Définition of advertOrigin :
- mid-15c., averten "to turn (something) aside," from Middle French avertir (12c.), from Late Latin advertere (see advertise). The -d- added 16c. on the Latin model. Related: Adverted; adverting.
- verb refer
- To these instances we shall have occasion to advert in the course of this work.
- Extract from : « The Mirror of Taste, and Dramatic Censor » by Stephen Cullen Carpenter
- Do you know if Darwin, or any of his Followers, or Antagonists, advert to this?
- Extract from : « Letters of Edward FitzGerald in Two Volumes » by Edward FitzGerald
- I must advert for a moment to the familiar conception of a maximum or a minimum.
- Extract from : « Time and Tide » by Robert S. (Robert Stawell) Ball
- Of this we shall by and by have to advert more particularly.
- Extract from : « A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education » by James Gall
- I am sorry to be obliged to advert to this subject; but I know there is occasion.
- Extract from : « The Young Man's Guide » by William A. Alcott
- To advert now to the subjects of those of December the 12th and 16th.
- Extract from : « Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson » by Thomas Jefferson
- I advert to the circumstance again because it is connected with the present inquiry.
- Extract from : « Expedition into Central Australia » by Charles Sturt
- But the latter was too much afraid of a rebuff to advert to it.
- Extract from : « A Little Girl in Old San Francisco » by Amanda Minnie Douglas
- Let us advert here to two instances only, that is to say, Boyce and Purcell.
- Extract from : « The Violin » by George Dubourg
- He, however, did not advert, that instruction must be insinuated rather than enforced.
- Extract from : « The Life of Daniel De Foe » by George Chalmers
Antonyms for advert
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