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notice


  3  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Notice  \No"tice\,  n.  [F.,  fr  L.  notitia  a  being  known 
  knowledge,  fr  noscere  notum,  to  know  See  {Know}.] 
  1.  The  act  of  noting,  remarking,  or  observing;  observation  by 
  the  senses  or  intellect;  cognizance;  note. 
 
  How  ready  is  envy  to  mingle  with  the  notices  we  take 
  of  other  persons  !  --I.  Watts. 
 
  2.  Intelligence,  by  whatever  means  communicated;  knowledge 
  given  or  received;  means  of  knowledge;  express 
  notification;  announcement;  warning. 
 
  I  .  .  .  have  given  him  notice  that  the  Duke  of 
  Cornwall  and  Regan  his  duchess  will  be  here  --Shak. 
 
  3.  An  announcement,  often  accompanied  by  comments  or  remarks; 
  as  book  notices;  theatrical  notices. 
 
  4.  A  writing  communicating  information  or  warning. 
 
  5.  Attention;  respectful  treatment;  civility. 
 
  {To  take  notice  of},  to  perceive  especially;  to  observe  or 
  treat  with  particular  attention. 
 
  Syn:  Attention;  regard;  remark;  note;  heed;  consideration; 
  respect;  civility;  intelligence;  advice;  news 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Notice  \No"tice\,  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Noticed};  p.  pr  &  vb  n. 
  {Noticing}.] 
  1.  To  observe;  to  see  to  mark;  to  take  note  of  to  heed;  to 
  pay  attention  to 
 
  2.  To  show  that  one  has  observed;  to  take  public  note  of 
  remark  upon  to  make  comments  on  to  refer  to  as  to 
  notice  a  book. 
 
  This  plant  deserves  to  be  noticed  in  this  place 
  --Tooke. 
 
  Another  circumstance  was  noticed  in  connection  with 
  the  suggestion  last  discussed.  --Sir  W. 
  Hamilton. 
 
  3.  To  treat  with  attention  and  civility;  as  to  notice 
  strangers. 
 
  Syn:  To  remark;  observe;  perceive;  see  mark;  note;  mind; 
  regard;  heed;  mention.  See  {Remark}. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  notice 
  n  1:  an  announcement  containing  information  about  a  future  event; 
  "you  didn't  give  me  enough  notice" 
  2:  the  act  of  noticing  or  paying  attention;  "he  escaped  the 
  notice  of  the  police"  [syn:  {observation},  {observance}] 
  3:  a  request  for  payment;  "the  notification  stated  the  grace 
  period  and  the  penalties  for  defaulting"  [syn:  {notification}] 
  4:  advance  notification  of  the  intention  to  withdraw  from  an 
  arrangement  or  contract;  "we  received  a  notice  to  vacate 
  the  premises";  "he  gave  notice  two  months  before  he  moved" 
  5:  a  sign  posted  in  a  public  place  as  an  advertisement;  "a 
  poster  advertised  the  coming  attractions"  [syn:  {poster}, 
  {placard},  {bill},  {card}] 
  6:  polite  or  favorable  attention;  "his  hard  work  soon  attracted 
  the  teacher's  notice" 
  7:  a  short  critical  review;  "the  play  received  good  notices" 
  v  1:  discover  or  determine  the  existence,  presence,  or  fact  of 
  "She  detected  high  levels  of  lead  in  her  drinking 
  water";  "We  found  traces  of  lead  in  the  paint"  [syn:  {detect}, 
  {observe},  {find},  {discover}] 
  2:  notice  or  perceive;  "She  noted  that  someone  was  following 
  her"  [syn:  {mark},  {note}]  [ant:  {ignore}] 
  3:  make  or  write  comment  to  make  a  comment  on  [syn:  {comment}, 
  {remark},  {point  out}] 
  4:  acknowledge  the  presence  of  or  acquaintance  with  [syn:  {acknowledge}] 




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