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Synonym: expressimplyindicatemarkmeansayshowsignifySimilar words: take note ofdenotationphenomenonvenomenoughnoumenonenormousvenomousMeaning: [dɪ'nəʊt]  v. 1. be a sign or indication of 2. have as a meaning 3. make known; make an announcement. 
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1. Red eyes denote strain and fatigue.
2. The flashing lights denote dangerous roads ahead.
3. What does the word 'curriculum' denote that 'course' does not?
4. We often denote danger by red letters.
5. Crosses on the map denote villages.
6. Bold words denote chapter headings.
7. Dark clouds denote rain.
8. The colour red is used to denote passion or danger.
9. Arrows denote the positions of the close migrating bands.
10. The bar lines denote standard errors.
11. It can also denote an idea.
12. Seniority does not necessarily denote competence in all procedures.
13. The colour is white, to denote an absolute beginner.
14. Measurements denote the average heights of mature plants.
15. Thus these symbols now denote quantum states.
16. The loss of colour does not denote any particular condition.
17. The three dotted lines have different elevations and denote differences in relative organ size associated with changes in life style.
18. They also denote deliberate obfuscations deriving from Dada and Surrealism.
19. Universal concepts denote phenomena which are presumed to occur universally[sentencedict.com], regardless of historical epoch or type of society.
20. Also used to denote a specially styled company name designed as part of a corporate image.
21. It served above all to denote the superior status of chiefs against commoners.
22. The English word "family" used to denote all the people in the house(Sentencedict.com ), including servants.
23. As the bell sounded to denote my last lap, I decided to hurdle the barriers.
24. Furthermore, it is also used to denote a belief in the uncontrollable and wildly sensual nature of women.
25. That might well denote a private problem of your own, not involving the Palace at all.
26. These lexical items act upon the grammar to constrain the temporariness sense since as lexical items they denote temporary activities.
27. A careful examination of the full context, however, suggests that see may well denote mental inference here as well.
28. The dynamics depend only on the product of survival and fertility, which we denote by.
29. The Vikings themselves are represented as small characters which have an amusing range of animations to denote their current state.
30. From denoting women friends or gossips, the word came to denote the speech of gossips.
More similar words: take note ofdenotationphenomenonvenomenoughnoumenonenormousvenomousgive noticeindigenousnotetake notice ofvoterotequotevoterremotedevotepotentrootedvote inprotestprotectnotebookproteinpromoteantidotepotentialprotectionpotentially
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