notice board


noun
  1. British a board on which notices, advertisements, bulletins, etc, are displayed: US and Canadian name: bulletin board

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How to use notice board in a sentence

  • He then went to his own desk, and wrote for about ten minutes, after which I observed him go up and stand by the notice-board.

    Eric, or Little by Little | Frederic W. Farrar
  • We must pin one up on the notice board of each Junior classroom, and one in the dressing-room.

  • A notice board informed the wayfarer that here, owing to old mining operations, the cliff was extremely dangerous.

    The Air Pirate | Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  • A notice board was put up in the German trenches bearing the words "Lemberg is taken."

  • There was a crowd collected round the notice board, but they elbowed their way to the front notwithstanding.

    A Pair of Schoolgirls | Angela Brazil