signal[ sig-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF signal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SIGNAL
As she spoke, Geta lifted the curtain, and Philothea instantly obeyed the signal.
Each instinctively touched the other's arm, as a signal for silence.
For months I had received daily and hourly the most signal benefits from his hands.
The appearance of Mr. Gladstone was the signal for great applause.
Cissy sent her a look, a signal, and rose; she stood by the doorway.
Such questions were always a signal for an unlocking of tongues around the circle.
For all her dullness, it was a signal from Sally that saved Andrew.
Fear, as we understand it, was in itself a signal of advance.
It was too dark to see a signal if one had been placed for him in the usual manner.
It appeared as if the retirement of the two companies was the signal for their attack.