Definition of notice
a displayed sheet or placard giving news or information.
The shop posted a written notice informing its customers that no invalid bills will be accepted after July 1.
Maddy laughed as Joan passed Luke without much notice to the fact that he couldn't stop watching her.
become aware of.
I couldn't help but notice the realization that dawned on my father's face.
notification or warning of something, especially to allow preparations to be made.
interest rates are subject to fluctuation without notice
Example of notice
A keen observer might notice the Star of David she wears around her neck.
Altered states allow us to become more aware, so we tend to notice things we normally wouldn't.
an obituary notice
Because of that little conversation that he heard, Ian began to notice Michelle more.
Bradford Council is also looking closely at objections to the scheme from Ilkley residents, since it put up its formal notice about the planned work.
Despite massive opposition by the British public, it looks unlikely that our elected representatives will take much notice of this fact.
Even Martin Harwood's death notice in Saturday's Observer contained a reference to ‘toad’.
For savers who are prepared to give notice before taking out their money, interest rates payable are generally higher.
Grimshaw was given formal notice to quit in 1885, but had probably already returned to Leeds.
He did, however, have an innate grasp of public relations, dressing with flair so people would notice him.