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note

noun as in symbol, often used in reference to music

noun as in attention, heed

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One morning just before sunup, I compared notes with one of our neighbors.

Cline allegedly passed tellers notes that implied that Cline had a weapon.

That’s when he took note of all the trash, which “really started bothering me,” said Adams, who grew up in Bethesda.

On the Republican side, senators showed little emotion — but all paid close attention, most turning their heads away only occasionally to take notes.

Tech entrepreneurs have been taking note of the efficiency and popularity of the two-wheelers.

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An ace comedic turn that, in lesser hands, would come off as one-note.

Note: UNICOR uses its inmates for everything from call center operators to human demolishers of old computers.

Now on a lighter note, with Selma, you did get Oprah to throw a mean haymaker.

Note: This piece was updated to reflect that Mrs. Landingham died while Aaron Sorkin was still writing The West Wing.

From this louche improbable source pours music of sublime beauty without one false note.

Accordingly, the question "How far does the note issue under the new system seem likely to prove an elastic one?"

He used to walk through the park, and note with pleasure the care that his father bestowed on the gigantic property.

Which latter circumstance he begged Mr. Perker to note, with a glowing countenance and many marks of indignation.

Of Liszt the first part of this is not true, for if he strikes a wrong note it is simply because he chooses to be careless.

And it is small consolation to me to note that most people's minds seem to be no better done than mine.

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On this page you'll find 249 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to note, such as: character, sign, tone, degree, figure, and flat.

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

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