reference[ ref-er-uhns, ref-ruhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF reference
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REFERENCE
A moment later Percival remembered his last words, also his reference to Blythe.
There is a reference to “pen and ink” in the 3d Epistle of John xiii.
Neither made any reference to the little scene of the night before.
To her reference to Browning then, Vavasor did not venture a reply.
I was rather at a loss for names of reference to these parts.
Let me illustrate this broad statement with reference to the subject of fears alone.
Sciotomeans "long legs," in reference to the river's many branches.
The letter, however, makes no reference to political or other business.
The enclosure now existing has no reference to the outlines of the intrenchment.
"I thought you were making a reference to politics," she said.