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See definition of telegraphing on Dictionary.com
  • as inpredict
  • as inbroadcast
  • as inforecast
  • as inforeshadow
  • as inforewarn

synonyms for telegraphing

  • anticipate
  • call
  • conclude
  • envision
  • forecast
  • foresee
  • think
  • adumbrate
  • augur
  • conjecture
  • croak
  • figure
  • forebode
  • foretell
  • gather
  • guess
  • infer
  • judge
  • omen
  • portend
  • presage
  • presume
  • prognosticate
  • prophesy
  • read
  • suppose
  • surmise
  • telegraph
  • vaticinate
  • be afraid
  • call it
  • crystal-ball divine
  • figure out
  • forespeak
  • have a hunch
  • hazard a guess
  • make book
  • psych out
  • see coming
  • see handwriting on wall
  • size up
  • soothsay
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antonyms for telegraphing

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  • ignore
  • calculate
  • disbelieve
  • measure
  • misunderstand
  • secret
  • keep quiet
  • be quiet
  • receive
  • keep
  • hide
  • withhold
  • suppress
  • conceal
  • bottle up
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      How to use telegraphing in a sentence

      He took his bag with him each time he left the car, and he meant not to go back if he saw the conductor telegraphing.
      THE QUALITY OF MERCYW. D. HOWELLS
      Madame Piedefer was telegraphing signals to her daughter, which Dinah presently observed and understood.
      PARISIANS IN THE COUNTRYHONORE DE BALZAC
      You could get through to some of the places—Yarmouth, for instance—by telegraphing to the Continent, I suppose?
      THE INVASIONWILLIAM LE QUEUX
      So intolerable did this seem to him that he was very near to telegraphing an excuse and staying up in London.
      THE FORSYTE SAGA, VOLUME III.JOHN GALSWORTHY
      I was hard on her this afternoon, but I didn't dream— There must be some way to stop her,—by telegraphing ahead, you know.
      THE PLEASANT STREET PARTNERSHIPMARY F. LEONARD
      Grant opened operations by crossing the Rapidan and telegraphing Sherman to advance into Georgia.
      THE DAY OF THE CONFEDERACYNATHANIEL W. STEPHENSON
      Telegraphing from there to our agents of the Associated Press, we proceeded to Cincinnati, to find the city afloat.
      A STORY OF THE RED CROSSCLARA BARTON
      We did a lot of telegraphing, in La Grange, but even that was lost time if Brady has given us a proper steer.
      MOTOR MATT'S DARING RESCUESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
      Hadn't you better let him down easy by telegraphing him right now to begin to look out for a new place?
      THE AZTEC TREASURE-HOUSETHOMAS ALLIBONE JANVIER
      By telegraphing to different stations and asking for replies, they could easily make an approximate estimate.
      CAPTURING A LOCOMOTIVEWILLIAM PITTENGER
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