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adjective as in denotative

adjective as in denotive

adjective as in designative

adjective as in designatory

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Example Sentences

Finals rematches denote whether a combination ever occurred before in the history of the Stanley Cup Final.

So many sets of parentheses show up on the latest oil company earnings reports denoting losses that long columns of figures seem to be doing a shimmy right on the page.

The lyrical mosaic of “Etta and Ella on the Upper West Side” denotes a play-builder in her prime.

To try to find that second location, he took pictures, tried to match them to his maps, and marked down the labeled sticks denoting mining claims.

One of the things that happened early on is that the government at the federal level basically denoted which businesses they viewed as essential businesses.

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The video has since been reinstated with an adult content warning denoting explicit material.

Others were tying pieces of the orange plastic around their arms, apparently denoting their “media center” status.

He distinguished them from other bureau files by calling them “confidential,” denoting secrecy.

Sixth, the (p. 264) last, is the mark denoting the number of cigars in the box.

Superlatives and all words denoting comparison should be used with stinginess.

By a general word is meant a word common to or denoting a large number of ideas.

Language is an important means of denoting the intricate thread of history in savage nations.

Its substantives are provided with adjective inflections, denoting size and quality.


On this page you'll find 86 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to denoting, such as: denotive, designatory, expressed, implying, indicative, and indicatory.

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