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signal
Definition:
A measureable electrical quantity, such as voltage or current, that conveys information by varying in magnitude over time; as, the signals from the strongest commercial radio stations can be received over hundreds of miles.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
signal.
distinguished
singular, nonpareil, distingue, namer, reputable, highly regarded, extra ordinary, talked of.
especial
preponderant, unique, personal, pre-eminent.
extraordinary, outstanding
eye-catching, significant, Arrestive, renowned, eminent, notable, illustrious, striking, pronounced, arresting, distinguished, noteworthy, peculiar, distinctive, noticeable, marked, characteristic, prominent, salient, remarkable, individual, conspicuous, exceptional, memorable, momentous, famous.
important
high-level, incomparable, significant, upper-class, top drawer, meaningful, front page, major, high up, crucial, mattering much, bigtime, of substance, four-star, firstclass, vital, fundamental, serious, importunate, far-reaching, of moment, first class, important, front-page, high-up, page-one, top-drawer, central.
noticeable
big as life, can't miss it, under one's nose, open and shut.
superior
controlling, uppermost, paramount, zenith, furthest, crowning, commanding, superior, chosen, king, champion, foremost, quintessential, dominant, choice, furthermost, most, supreme, predominant, ruling, Headmost, a-1, elite, ascendant, better, maximum, above, master, chief, consummate, leading, eminent, senior, sovereign, A 1, best.
visible
in view, in sight, out in the open, be seen, unhidden, viewable, not hidden, discoverable, to be seen, seeable.
noun
alarm
buoy, horn, foghorn, bell, caution, siren, alarm, flare, warning, beacon, alert, whistle, semaphore, call.
alarum
call arms.
beep
FEEP, breedle, bleep, computer sound, bell sound, EEP, bleeps.
buzzer
dinger, emergency signal.
communication
signal, signaling, sign.
gong
cymbal, cymbals.
guideline
guideline, standard procedure, ground rule, ground rules.
indication
pointer, denotation, notation, guidepost, key, badge, logo, designation, sign, figuration, insignia, signpost, marker, symbol, hint, banner, token, logotype, indication, crest, lighthouse, gesticulation, icon, emblem, legend.
indication; authorization
flare, gesture, alarm, sign, beacon, mark, green light, bleep, tocsin, cue, nod, omen, go-ahead, movement, okay, token, mayday, wink, high sign, alert, flag, blinker, indicator, sos.
indicator
pointer.
language
lexicon, lingua franca, brogue, idioms, doublespeak, inter-change, verbalization, Brogues, langue.
motion
motility, locomotion, changings, full swing, dynamics, stirrings, motilities, kinetics, waverings, motion.
motive
signal.
omen
sign of things to come.
password
key word.
phenomenon
signal.
signal
impressive, indicate, bespeak, signaling, betoken, signalize, point, sign, signalise.
telegram
radiogram, cablegram, radiograms, coded message, telexes, teletypes, cablegrams, Teletype, telegraphic message, telegram, telex.
tocsin
gong.
warning
fores, word to wise, watch-it, in formation, heads up, alert.
word
ukase, word.
verb
alarm
panic, startle, dismay, surprise, scare, frighten, shock.
communication
signal, signalise, sign, signalize.
greet
greet, welcome, approach, nod, vociferate, wave, hail, kiss, smile, curtsy, notice, accost, kowtow, bow, shake hands with, embrace, hug, receive, acknowledge, salaam, salute.
indicate
gesticulate, tag, wink, stamp, designate, note, guide, ticket, prompt, beckon, denote, notify, point, cue, nudge, label, betoken, point out, symbolize, shrug, indicate, brand, flag, mark, motion, gesture.
indicate; give a sign to
flash, gesticulate, beckon, signalize, communicate, wave, motion, semaphore, warn.
sound
cry out, sound.
Examples of usage:
  1. What sort of signal? – The Woman of Mystery by Maurice Leblanc
  2. The result was the same; there was no answer to their signal. – The Boy Hunters by Captain Mayne Reid
  3. At a sudden signal from Mr. Hassal the men dropped down inside, half along, one side and half the other. – Seven Little Australians by Ethel Sybil Turner
  4. The watchman gave the signal, and numbers of men, women, and children stood out to see them. – The Myth of Hiawatha, and Other Oral Legends, Mythologic and Allegoric, of the North American Indians by Henry R. Schoolcraft

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