What is another word for notification?

Pronunciation: [nˌə͡ʊtɪfɪkˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

Notification is an important word for communication and keeping people informed. Some synonyms of notification are alert, announcement, communication, notice, message, update, report, dispatch, and memorandum. An alert is a notification that draws attention to an important or urgent matter. An announcement is a public or formal notification about an event or issue. A communication is a message or exchange of information to convey a particular message. Notice is an official communication of information or a warning given to someone. A message is a written or spoken communication intended to inform or convey a message. Update is an act of bringing something up to date or to provide the latest information. Report is a written or spoken account of a particular event or issue. Dispatch is to send out something quickly or without delay. Memorandum is a written message or reminder to communicate information. All these synonyms have a similar meaning to notification, but each of them has its own unique usage in different contexts.

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What are the opposite words for notification?

The antonyms for the word notification include concealment, secrecy, silence, and suppression. These are all words that describe the opposite of notifying somebody about something. For example, if a company is keeping something secret, they would not provide any notification about it. If somebody is trying to suppress information, they would not want to notify anybody about it. Similarly, if somebody is trying to conceal something, they would not provide notification about it. In all of these cases, the opposite of notification is what is happening, meaning that people are being kept in the dark about certain information.

What are the antonyms for Notification?

  • n.

    announcement

Usage examples for Notification

The Legislature won't give you land or rights to do nothing with, and it's quite likely the Charters people will file a notification that your workings are the obstacle.
"The Greater Power"
Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton
The new policy is a notification to combinations of capital that to exist without prosecution they must not resort to any unfair, oppressive, or illegal methods to control competition or crush competitors.
"History of the United States, Volume 6 (of 6)"
E. Benjamin Andrews
There was, indeed, a vague talk of sending the women and children and valuables away to the legion, commanded by Cerealis, stationed in a fortified camp to the south, but nothing came of it; all waited for something definite, some notification that the Britons had really revolted, and while waiting for this nothing was done.
"Beric the Briton A Story of the Roman Invasion"
G. A. Henty

Famous quotes with Notification

  • As part of my efforts to fight identity theft, I worked with my colleagues on the Financial Services Committee to strengthen consumer protection with a reasonable notification requirement.
    Melissa Bean
  • We operate under the law. Covert action authorities are communicated in a memorandum of notification.
    Cofer Black
  • Upon receiving my notification of acceptance to the university, my parents noticed that they were obliged to submit to the university, among other things, a copy of my official family register. After much mental anguish, they decided to inform me of the secret of my birth.
    Koichi Tanaka
  • The Children's Safety Act will help protect children from the perpetrators of these vile crimes by strengthening notification requirements for sex offenders and increasing criminal penalties.
    James T. Walsh

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