Thesaurus / nod
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Some called out “H U” in a nod to Harris’s alma mater, Howard University.

Pelosi, in a nod to the pressure from moderates, has vowed that the House won’t adjourn until they pass something addressing he virus.

All the contenders to lead Japan next have policy outlooks similar to Abe’s, Koll said, and whoever gets the nod is unlikely to be in power long.

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Robert always saluted the mate, and Haley responded by a nod, or a cool good-morning, but did not indulge in any conversation.

Brave and BoldHoratio Alger

But England was then inclined to take its religion from the nod of a capricious tyrant.

To Fred he only vouchsafed a nod, to show that he had heard what Fred had waylaid him to say.

Moth and RustMary Cholmondeley

Mr. Vincent stood up with a nod and leaned himself against the mantelpiece, looking down at the rather indignant young man.

The NecromancersRobert Hugh Benson

They use a direct and positive negative, but express the affirmative by a nod of the head or an inclination of the body.

The Queen saw me just as they left the palace, and gave me a nod.

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