1. structure displaying a board on which advertisements can be posted
    the highway was lined with signboards
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How To Use signboard In A Sentence

  • the highway was lined with signboards
  • Lo said prospective retailers were persuaded to pay aggressive rents because of the huge intangible benefits attributed to the marketing of their products to a massive group of shoppers by virtue of the signboards and the shop itself.
  • Anil Biswas then sucks up the big bourgeoisie of the Third world by superciliously trampling underfoot Lenin’s and Mao’s lessons on the so-called signboard of freedom of the backward third world countries at one stroke. A Maoist critique of the CPI(Marxist)
  • Sajjad Hussain/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images A file photo of a man walking past the signboard of telecom firm Vodafone outside their corporate office in Mumbai. Vodafone Wins India Tax Case
  • I'd seen the Jag sitting next to Nell's GT i in the garage the night I'd spotted the T. R. Harris signboard. KICK BACK
  • Officers also requested business operators who place their signboards in the public areas to ensure that the signs do not become an eyesore or obstruct pedestrian walkways.
  • Get past the main gate and well-laid out roads, wide footpaths, neat walkways leading to apartments and clearly painted signboards greet you.
  • The team members wear goofy cowboy outfits and hold up a signboard to advertise their goods for sale whenever a train passes by.
  • On Sunday, two boys and two girls were mixing with the general gathering - window-shoppers, dawdlers, and so on - carrying signboards that said, ‘crazy sales’.
  • In the past it looks as if the planners had turned a blind eye to what must have seemed small detail, such as plastic windows, aggressive lighting, advertising signboards, etc.
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