What is another word for aired?

Pronunciation: [ˈe͡əd] (IPA)

The word "aired" can be defined as the act of broadcasting, transmitting, or revealing something to a wider audience. A few synonyms for this term include "televised", "broadcasted", "streamed", "publicized", and "disseminated". "Televised" is used when referring specifically to a TV broadcast, while "broadcasted" is a more general term that can refer to any type of transmission. "Streamed" refers to the act of sharing content over the internet. "Publicized" is a broader term that can refer to any type of promotional effort, while "disseminated" is a more formal term that implies a deliberate effort to spread information to a large audience.

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What are the opposite words for aired?

Aired means to broadcast or make something available for public viewing. The antonyms for aired could be withheld or restricted, meaning to keep something from being shared or made public. Another antonym could be hidden or concealed, referring to keeping something from public awareness or view. Conversely, an antonym for aired could be silenced or suppressed, meaning to prevent something from being expressed or communicated publicly. Another antonym could be unsaid or unspoken, referring to information or opinions left unexpressed or kept private. Overall, antonyms for aired suggest a lack of public disclosure or expression, emphasizing secrecy, restriction, or censorship.

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Usage examples for Aired

Whenever a citizen had a grievance, he aired it in the Triumph, his contribution appearing as the opinion of the editor.
"The Mystery of the Locks"
Edgar Watson Howe
The Republican who aired his views one week in John Bill's remarkable editorial columns was sure to find himself confronted by a Democrat who was handy with a pen in the next issue; the man who wrote that This, or That, or the Other, was a disgrace, would soon find out that This, or That, or the Other, were very creditable; for John Bill's printers must have copy, and John Bill was too busy travelling and lying to furnish it himself.
"The Mystery of the Locks"
Edgar Watson Howe
The bedrooms were just adjoining, and the beds well aired.
"The Dead Lake and Other Tales"
Paul Heyse

Famous quotes with Aired

  • As far as the future for the Showtime episodes that have already aired, we are sold into syndication so we'll be appearing primarily on the Fox syndicated networks and then eventually the SCI FI Channel. So, we'll be around for a while.
    Richard Dean Anderson
  • So that this thing that aired in 1963 would result a few years later in personal bankruptcy, would result in having people be on edge with me, wondering when I'm going to blow up.
    Shelley Berman
  • I'm currently doing Undeclared an American TV show set in a college. It just got aired and got massive ratings so hopefully that'll screen in the UK soon.
    Charlie Hunnam
  • Al Jazeera aired a new tape of Osama bin Laden. It was the usual stuff, he called Bush evil, the Great Satan, called him a war monger. Basically, the same thing you heard at last night's Democratic debate.
    Jay Leno
  • The entire season, the show had never been aired for more than three weeks. You can't get an audience that way. They would never promo the show for the next week.
    Jeri Ryan

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