want ad

NOUN
  1. a newspaper advertisement stating what is wanted
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How To Use want ad In A Sentence

  • We want adventure, sunshine, relaxation and the chance to meet other young people.
  • But some investors do not need or want advice, and this dirty backroom deal is a betrayal. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jenny didn't want Adam to see how worried she was. So she put on a brave front .
  • Though the room was crowded with people when the bailiff entered, not one of them had compassion enough to mollify my prosecutrix, far less to pay the debt; they even laughed at my tears, and one of them bade me be of good cheer, for I should not want admirers in The Adventures of Roderick Random
  • Employers and staff who want advice on preventing slips, trips and falls at work can contact the division.
  • But some investors do not need or want advice, and this dirty backroom deal is a betrayal. Times, Sunday Times
  • One thing you definitely do want added to your moisturizer is an anti-inflammatory ingredient such as soy, aloe vera, cucumber, calendula, oatmeal, or allantoin. Simple Skin Beauty
  • Want ad only advocate agree to pay.
  • We want added-value projects, enterprises that involve design and development, for instance.
  • Miami want ad: 'Terrorist experience a plus' yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Miami want ad: \'Terrorist experience a plus\' '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: Convicted Cuban American terrorists living freely in Miami as freedom fighters while the U.S. government looks on. ' Miami want ad: 'Terrorist experience a plus'
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