All Noun Verb
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  • Giveaways to areas outside of the station's listening area are commonly found on its website.
  • The station also promoted a family-friendly image and did station giveaways catering to families.
  • He declared the giveaways as gifts to the citizens of the cities where the public building were situated.
  • These have included local radio contests and giveaways in association with communities.
  • The band was in attendance, equipped with several giveaways and playing some songs.
  • The show features a lot of audience interaction, as well as prize giveaways.
  • They were also very free with their recordings, releasing songs free onto the internet and via word-of-mouth giveaways.
  • They are easily seen as free benefits, when government grants are viewed as giveaways.
  • The magazine occasionally holds giveaways open to U.S. residents over the age of eighteen.
  • Only 800 people attended; they won the tickets from local radio station giveaways.
  • Goody bags and other giveaways may also be common during fashion week.
  • Live entertainment, giveaways, food and drink specials and much more also played its part in the celebration.
  • Many of those cards were distributed by the teams themselves as promotional stadium giveaways.
  • The magazine often has offers on plants, free supplements and giveaways.
  • The show is characterized also by bring guests and in occasions, ticket giveaways for different sports games.
  • Through these social networking sites they have also offered giveaways and webisodes.
  • They are also used as giveaways at events, such as exhibitions and product launches.
  • It features giveaways and a wide range of both discussion and music from the 80's through today.
  • The site covers Christian music, including album reviews, artist interviews, contests/giveaways, and music news.
  • Rather than traditional advertising, the company focused on giveaways.
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Root form of giveaways is giveaway for the noun.

How giveaways gets used

Meaning of giveaways

  • noun A gift of public land or resources for the private gain of a limited group
  • noun An unintentional disclosure