denote

Part of speech: verb

To represent; signify; indicate.

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Usage examples "denote":

  1. There was about her something, difficult to denote, brilliant and hard in effect, like a polished stone. - "Walking-Stick Papers", Robert Cortes Holliday.
  2. And frequentes senatores denote the senate, when represented as complete; crebri senatores, as wanting room on account of their number, and forced to sit close. - "Döderlein's Hand-book of Latin Synonymes", Ludwig Döderlein Commentator: S. H. Taylor.
  3. Even the word that is employed to denote the metal is the Canaanitish barzel, which has been adopted under the form of parzal. - "Patriarchal Palestine", Archibald Henry Sayce.