I shall get the contract, and I shall hev gotten the advertizement!'
advertizement, miss, may be the soul of commerce, but Commission's its body.
She said it always looked like an advertizement of successful fox-hunting.
Jest you mark my words, miss, and don't you make no mistake about it—the world to-day is governed by advertizement.'
early 15c., "written statement calling attention to" something, "public notice" (of anything, but often of a sale); from Middle French avertissement, from stem of avertir (see advertise). Meaning "public notice" (usually paid), the main modern sense, emerged 1580s and was fully developed by 18c.