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This is by far the best line of the entire movie, because it signifies that the movie is over.

To men, long hair on a woman is a turn-on because it signifies fertility and clichéd ideas of femininity.

But its what the death of ADAM signifies, not simply the loss of it, that discourages Wish.

This happens again and again in Pangaea: the seemingly playful signifies something else unequivocally serious and real.

According to Newseum Curator Carrie Christoffersen, the brush signifies the “vanity required by anchors in the 1970s.”

Predominance of lymphocytes (Fig. 118) generally signifies tuberculosis.

Non-military readers may need to be reminded that the “last post” is a bugle-call which signifies the close of the day.

He adds that, in the forty-two generations, we must dwell on the number forty, because that number signifies life.

This word is derived from the Latin, and signifies something that is to be read, a passage the reading of which is prescribed.

As this term signifies a feast, it was clear that Coffee Jack had been invited to dine.


On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to signifies, such as: represent, add up to, suggest, spell, portend, and imply.

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