The day the order was bulletined Bucks sent for Dave; sent word by me he wanted to see him.
The walls were bulletined and covered with directions carefully done in two languages.
We sent notices to all the campus houses, requesting them bulletined.
On the second day out the speed was hit up to seventy-three revolutions and the run for the day was bulletined as 519 miles.
Every few minutes a new dispatch was bulletined from Gold Hill, and still the excitement grew.
It was on the white, glaring walls of the casino at Biskra that the news was first bulletined for our eyes.
The important news of the world, especially if of financial or commercial interest, received at the Exchange and bulletined.
1765, from French bulletin (16c.), modeled on Italian bulletino, diminutive of bulletta "document, voting slip," itself a diminutive of Latin bulla (see bull (n.2)). The word was used earlier in English in the Italian form (mid-17c.). Popularized by their use in the Napoleonic Wars as the name for dispatches sent from the front and meant for the home public (which led to the proverbial expression as false as a bulletin). Bulletin board is from 1831.