Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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"My niece has chosen to remain with him," she added, in a tone which denoted dissatisfaction.

In this genealogy, males are denoted by capitals, and females by small letters.

Her cap, and her presence in that room, denoted that Mabel was company.

In these cases the reading of the quartos, if unanimous, is denoted by "Qq."

Rosarito was trembling, and every thing about her denoted the keenest anxiety.

The action in each case is denoted by the meaning of the word which stands for it.

He looked down at the piece which denoted the owner of the chair in which he was sitting.

The sixth is the slow Shake, whose Quality is also denoted by its Name.

These are denoted by means of the verbal endings -as, -is, and -os.

But Action is denoted for us only in the obstructions which it encounters.