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GAZETTE, noun gazet'. A newspaper; a sheet or half sheet of paper containing an account of transactions and events of public or private concern, which are deemed important and interesting. The first gazette in England was published at Oxford in 1665. On the removal of the court to London, the title was changed to the London gazette It is now the official newspaper, and published on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

GAZETTE, verb transitive gazet'. To insert in a gazette; to announce or publish in a gazette