Definition Of placarding

verb

cover with placards.

they were placarding the town with posters

Example Of placarding

  • But no one in authority seems to care, and one of these days, you may find on our lunch hour, teachers are placarding the Tarouba Road out of frustration.

  • Famously, this film was banned in Swansea but not in Cardiff, so busloads of eager Welsh heathen were transported daily betwixt the two heaving metropolises to watch it, then placarded on their return.

  • Fear of the disease then justified measures ranging from placarding houses to forced isolation of patients in special institutions.

  • Mechanics placarded the autopilot as inoperative, though they did not pull or safety the circuit breaker.

  • Perhaps, some day, his own name might be placarded on the walls of London.


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