Definition of Billboards

1. Noun. (plural of billboard) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Billboards

1. billboard [v] - See also: billboard

Lexicographical Neighbors of Billboards

bill poster
bill sticker
billa vera
billability
billable
billables
billabong
billabongs
billard
billary
billboarded
billboarding
billboardless
billboardlike
billboards (current term)
billbook
billbooks
billbug
billbugs
billed
biller
billers
billet
billet-doux
billet barge
billet doux
billet reading
billeted
billeter

Literary usage of Billboards

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The American Year Book: A Record of Events and Progress by Francis Graham Wickware, (, Albert Bushnell Hart, (, Simon Newton Dexter North, William M. Schuyler (1918)
"The license fee is one-half cent per square foot per annum, the space to be computed by measurements to the outer edge of all frames, billboards, etc. ..."

2. Building Code Recommended by the National Board of Fire Underwriters, New by National Board of Fire Underwriters (1915)
"Signs and billboards. 1. Wooden signs or billboards may be permitted as follows: ... Such signs or billboards shall be securely attached to posts or other ..."

3. The Chautauquan by Chautauqua Institution (1908)
"billboards Versus Beauty Public Indictments of the Billboard—Abuses Doomed — Camera Testimony — Lessons from Abroad—What Has Been and Can Be Done— Progress ..."

4. Comprehensive Plan of Newark: The City Plan Commission, Newark, New Jersey by Newark (N.J.). City Plan Commission (1915)
"The control of billboards is very important, but more difficult, because these are on private property. Yet nothing detracts more from the appearance of the ..."

5. Vignettes of San Francisco by Almira Bailey (1921)
"billboards OR ART IF you like billboards you are not artistic. Take it or leave it. That's the criterion. It's not my verdict. Ask those who know, ..."

6. Municipal Affairs by Reform Club (New York, N.Y.) (1901)
"These billboards are erected on vacant ground, leased from private owners ... These billboards are constructed of white pine wood, of a height from 12 feet, ..."

7. We; a Confession of Faith for the American People During and After the War by Gerald Stanley Lee (1916)
"... GUNS AND billboards WAR is the failure of a world's spiritual billboards to advertise what each nation really has for the others that the others really ..."

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