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In everyday language, the word “transcendental” connotes something that’s beyond the ordinary, something that is hidden and mysterious, with almost magical or mystical powers.
WHERE TRANSCENDENTAL NUMBERS HIDE IN EVERYDAY MATHPRADEEP MUTALIKOCTOBER 27, 2021QUANTA MAGAZINE
If “immunity” connotes complete protection, then no vaccine actually provides it.
VACCINE SKEPTICS CLAIM A NEW CDC GOTCHA MOMENT — BUT THEY HAVEN’T GOT MUCHAARON BLAKESEPTEMBER 9, 2021WASHINGTON POST
This classification connotes innovation and promise surrounding the medium’s potential.
DIGITAL OUT-OF-HOME DESERVES A SEAT AT THE ADULT TABLEVERIZONAUGUST 3, 2021DIGIDAY
Just because it feels too severe to you and you believe it connotes something closer to Napoleon and Fidel Castro than 60-year-old Richard “Bigo” Barnett doesn’t mean Barnett didn’t engage in an insurrection.
YES, IT WAS AN INSURRECTIONAARON BLAKEJULY 13, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Who or what “the dear bond” was is not explained, but we may connote the kindred surnames Goodbon, Goodbun, and Goodband.
ARCHAIC ENGLANDHAROLD BAYLEY
But ileuede is not used elsewhere in L, and would connote decrepitude.
SELECTIONS FROM EARLY MIDDLE ENGLISH 1130-1250: PART II: NOTESVARIOUS
It is conceivable that two men may connote quite different things by the word symbol.
CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGYHANS GROSS
The using a name to connote attributes, turns the things, whether real or imaginary, into a class.
ANALYSIS OF MR. MILL'S SYSTEM OF LOGICWILLIAM STEBBING
Likewise wealth and capital connote special social relations or categories.
SOCIALISMJOHN SPARGO
Any "dragging" of the tones destroys the wonderful exuberance which Schumann strove to connote.
GREAT SINGERS ON THE ART OF SINGINGJAMES FRANCIS COOKE
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