verb (used with object), pub·li·cized, pub·li·ciz·ing.
- publication date,
- publish or perish,
Origin of publicize
Examples from the Web for publicize
We decided to continue to talk about it, continue to publicize it, and see if that puts any amount of pressure on the government.Jon Stewart Talks ‘Rosewater’ and the ‘Chickensh-t’ Democrats’ Midterm Massacre|Marlow Stern|November 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Leno asked why he has been so reticent to publicize his opinions about President Obama and his policies.
This has inspired efforts to publicize the recycling process.ecoATM offers consumers a new way to sell used cell phones and electronic devices|Sarah Langs|September 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Why was there evidently no effort to publicize these new PTSD numbers?
In the process, Eli Lake reports, she may be disclosing a few details the agency would rather not publicize.
"Maybe that's why we take such care not to publicize our recent advances in mental therapy," he said.This Crowded Earth|Robert Bloch
To this end the temporary Chairman proceeded to publicize it in the most thorough fashion.The Story of The American Legion|George Seay Wheat
Naturally even if they wanted to publicize the motorcade route they wouldn't be able to do so in this instance.Warren Commission (4 of 26): Hearings Vol. IV (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Make copies of the school policy available to all parents, teachers, and students, and take other steps to publicize the policy.What Works: Schools Without Drugs|United States Department of Education