placard

Part of speech: verb

To announce by placards; post placards upon.

Part of speech: noun

A paper publicly displayed, as a proclamation or poster.

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Usage examples "placard":

  1. He was gone for the day, the little placard on the door informed her. - "From the Housetops", George Barr McCutcheon.
  2. He ran over to see the fatal placard fastened on one of the Grindstone's great polished columns, and then tramped on down the avenue of ruin with the step and mien of a conqueror. - "Under the Skylights", Henry Blake Fuller.
  3. With the passage of time and the coming of the mound in the dooryard, the feeling had developed into positive fear, and travellers avoided the place as though warned by a scarlet placard. - "A Breath of Prairie and other stories", Will Lillibridge.