betoken[ bih-toh-kuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF betoken
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BETOKEN
There had been barely a glance between us to betoken the dreadfulness of the moment.
It was empty, and neither horse nor man nor boy was there to betoken that it had an owner.
Her voice was quiet, but it did not betoken indifference; he knew that she was not one to forget.
They betoken nervousness, of course—inherent nervousness, probably.
There are some barbarisms in it, which seem to betoken its antiquity.
Such occurrences are supposed to betoken an approaching storm.
The meaning was that the unknown or veiled one might betoken a storm for them.
It might betoken recognition of his own shortcomings as a husband.
There was nothing in the conduct of the man to betoken the dignity of his office.
On the contrary, everything seemed to betoken a happy future.