Advertise (verb)

  1. Make publicity for (a product, service, or event) in order to induce people to buy or attend.
  2. Make known publicly.

Origin:

Early 17th century: from latin ad- "to" + vertere "turn" (in the sense "draw attention to"). the original sense was "turn to", later "turn towards", giving rise to "draw attention to" (mid 18th century), and "publicize in a newspaper or on a poster" (early 19th century).

Examples:

  1. The company is advertising a new product.
  2. The job was advertised in the newspaper.
  3. He advertised his services in the Yellow Pages.
  4. The concert was heavily advertised on television.
  5. The company advertised the job on their website.
Some random words: enchantment, impel, accentuation