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It denotes the person that puts on the badge, puts on the blue uniform, and goes into the streets to put their life at risk.

The new term denotes a spectrum of problem drinking that can range from mild to moderate to severe.

The "entero" prefix denotes the fact that many have been found to cause intestinal problems—often a 24-hour "stomach flu."

While in our politics red denotes a conservative state, Americans are, as usual, the exception to the rule.

In this portfolio, a subtle change in each individual composition cleverly denotes the subject portrayed.

In more than one passage of the prayer of Solomon, at the dedication of the temple, it denotes to Covenant.

If there be any whose appearance denotes a more than common birth, treat him with due respect, and conduct him to my cave.

In India the word “station” denotes any European settlement outside the three Presidency towns.

He looked younger, too, and no one could help admitting that he had that grand air that denotes birth and breeding.

This denotes the fortitude of these first preachers; and their success in their spiritual enterprises.


On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to denotes, such as: stand for, signify, show, evidence, typify, and imply.

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