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  • adj.extraordinary, outstanding
  • nounindication; authorization
  • verbindicate; give a sign to

synonyms for signal

  • conspicuous
  • momentous
  • noteworthy
  • noticeable
  • salient
  • arresting
  • characteristic
  • distinguished
  • individual
  • marked
  • notable
  • pronounced
  • striking
  • arrestive
  • distinctive
  • eminent
  • exceptional
  • eye-catching
  • famous
  • illustrious
  • memorable
  • peculiar
  • prominent
  • remarkable
  • renowned
  • significant
See also synonyms for: signaled / signaling / signals
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antonyms for signal

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  • inconspicuous
  • insignificant
  • obscure
  • unimportant
  • unnoticeable
  • common
  • ordinary
  • vague
  • unexceptional
  • unimpressive
  • unnoteworthy
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    How to use signal in a sentence

    They would transmit sound signals through the SOFAR Channel and measure the time that it took for the waves to arrive at receivers located 10,000 kilometers away.
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    They can also signal the extent to which a health care system is strained and, when they start rising, provide a warning that more resources need to be marshaled quickly.
    THE NEW COVID-19 CASE SURGE IN EUROPE, EXPLAINEDJULIA BELLUZSEPTEMBER 17, 2020VOX
    That kind of fire growth, especially at night, that’s a climate signal for sure.
    “UNPRECEDENTED”: WHAT’S BEHIND THE CALIFORNIA, OREGON, AND WASHINGTON WILDFIRESUMAIR IRFANSEPTEMBER 11, 2020VOX
    Those signals of heart inflammation could mean that the patients had developed myocarditis, which is estimated to occur in approximately 22 out of 100,000 people annually around the world.
    COLLEGE ATHLETES SHOW SIGNS OF POSSIBLE HEART INJURY AFTER COVID-19AIMEE CUNNINGHAMSEPTEMBER 11, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
    His studies went on to show that when we learn something new, an electrical signal fires and connects cells in different parts of the brain.
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    Mueller told me yesterday that the signals and data that these core updates use are “regularly” updated between the quarterly or so core updates.
    GOOGLE SAYS YOU CAN RECOVER FROM CORE UPDATES WITHOUT A NEW CORE UPDATEBARRY SCHWARTZSEPTEMBER 9, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
    The recent reorganizations at NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia signal a trend toward a hub-and-spoke model similar to Discovery’s setup.
    ‘THERE WASN’T A HUGE SHIFT’: TV UPFRONT MARKET DID NOT UNDERGO EXPECTED OVERHAUL THIS YEARTIM PETERSONSEPTEMBER 9, 2020DIGIDAY
    In part two, we cover a lot more ground and dig into a ton of questions around if nofollow links and 302 redirects pass signals to Google.
    VIDEO: PART 2 WITH KEVIN LEE ON NOFOLLOWS, 302 REDIRECTS, BRANDED CONTENTBARRY SCHWARTZSEPTEMBER 8, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
    Both the CEO and board chair are signaling that changes are on the way.
    MORNING REPORT: MTS REJECTS MANY WHO APPLIED FOR DISABLED FARE REDUCTIONSVOICE OF SAN DIEGOAUGUST 31, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
    The next generation is sending a clear signal that they want—and need—access to childcare.
    MILLENNIALS AND GEN ZERS NEED BETTER CHILDCARE. CAN EITHER BIDEN OR TRUMP DELIVER?MATTHEWHEIMERAUGUST 29, 2020FORTUNE
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    WORDS RELATED TO SIGNAL

    • Mayday
    • SOS
    • alert
    • bell
    • blast
    • buzzer
    • call
    • caution
    • clock
    • cry
    • drum
    • flap
    • flash
    • forewarning
    • gong
    • high sign
    • horn
    • nod
    • scramble
    • scream
    • shout
    • sign
    • signal
    • siren
    • squeal
    • tip
    • tip off
    • tocsin
    • trumpet
    • warning
    • whistle
    • wink
    • yell
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