They served as signposts in the labyrinth of Jewish history.
Signposts were useless, for not one directed me to either place.
I have only pointed out one or two signposts on a most heartbreaking journey.
Unfortunately,” he said, “there is a different path for every one of us, and there are no signposts.
Trees, hedges, gates, signposts went past in the blackness and chill.
There are plenty of signposts to direct us to old books of interest and value.
He did not need these things, he said—certainly not now—nor those labels and signposts to a doubtful, unimaginable land.
In a word, they are against the jog-trot countryside and conspire with the signposts against all loitering and irregularity.
When our adviser saw that we did not stop, he raised his voice and called, "There are no signposts and you may get lost."
Signposts were placed at regular intervals to indicate the way to the nearest city of refuge.