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Signalise

verb
1.
Provide with traffic signals.  Synonym: signalize.
2.
Communicate silently and non-verbally by signals or signs.  Synonyms: sign, signal, signalize.  "The diner signaled the waiters to bring the menu"
3.
Point out carefully and clearly.  Synonyms: call attention, point out, signalize.
4.
Make conspicuous or noteworthy.  Synonyms: distinguish, signalize.






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"Signalise" Quotes from Famous Books



... renowned knight and sagest general of the age, promised to lead them to glory and wealth in the fair domains of England. His army was filled with the chivalry of continental Europe, all eager to save their souls by fighting at the Pope's bidding, ardent to signalise their valour in so great an enterprise, and longing also for the pay and the plunder which William liberally promised. But the Normans themselves were the pith and the flower of the army; and William himself was the strongest, the sagest, and ...
— The Fifteen Decisive Battles of The World From Marathon to Waterloo • Sir Edward Creasy, M.A.



Words linked to "Signalise" :   provide, flag, heliograph, whistle, signalize, point, render, designate, distinguish, show, signalisation, singularise, semaphore, indicate, intercommunicate, wigwag, signal, call attention, singularize, mark, furnish, supply, communicate



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