noun as in hallmark
Most Americans are turning their clocks back one hour, a sure sign that the long days of summer are far behind us.
A sure sign that thefacebook.com in its infancy was not considered a big deal.
The handling of the press is a sure sign of how shaky the government feels about its legitimacy.
One sure sign Gov. Jindal is hungry for higher office is his willingness to sup at the table of the kook right.
She teases him in public and gets away with it, a sure sign of a healthy marriage.
To own an extensive fish-flake was, in that neighborhood, a sure sign of being well to do in the world.
This argument might have weight with ignorant people, but intelligent persons do not consider it a sure sign.
No cause acts without a consequent effect; an effect is a sure sign of a preceding cause.
Yet the rioters, though well known, went unpunished—a sure sign of the secret concurrence of the mass of the community.
This after when I dried the dishes I dropped a knife and fork and that's a sure sign.
On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sure sign, such as: indication, trademark, badge, certification, device, and emblem.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.