- publication date,
Origin of publicity
Examples from the Web for publicities
Not from any miserable coveting after the publicities of printing.
- the technique or process of attracting public attention to people, products, etc, as by the use of the mass media
- (as modifier)a publicity agent
Word Origin for publicity
1791, "condition of being public," from French publicité (1690s), from Medieval Latin publicitatem (nominative publicitas), from Latin publicus (see public (adj.)). Sense of "a making (something) known, an exposure to the public" is from 1826, shading by c.1900 into "advertising, business of promotion." Publicity stunt first recorded 1908.