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noun as in high-water mark

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Pay the $2 upgrade fee to get access to all of the features, such as a scrollbar removal and the option to drop in watermarks on top of your screenshots.

YouTube’s decision to bar videos carrying other platforms’ watermark fits with this trend.

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The free trial version will leave watermarks on your documents, but if you want to get rid of them, it’ll cost you $50 for 6 months, or $90 for an entire year.

Over the past month, workers used ultraviolet light to check ballots for watermarks that don’t exist.

Bennett at one point said the workers were hunting for watermarks — though county officials have said the Maricopa County ballots don’t bear watermarks.

Do they really need to post this video, which TMZ proudly put their watermark over so that everyone knows where it came from?

Such watermark images are features more generally seen in foreign currencies than American ones.

Or Wintour, who has another agenda entirely for promoting rail-thinness as the watermark for beauty?

There was no doubt about it, the mark on the dirty blank paper was undoubtedly the Treasury watermark.

Later on I recognised the peculiar watermark of waving lines as the Government watermark in the first issue of Treasury war notes.

I could not account for the Treasury watermark, designed to prevent forgery of the notes, appearing on a piece of blank paper.

As to the position of the watermark in the sheets, I believe it to be central.

The watermark on this issue appears variously upright or sideways, varieties of each being inverted.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to watermark, such as: apex, apogee, upper limit, acme, ceiling, and floodmark.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.