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singular, nonpareil, distingue, namer, reputable, highly regarded, extra ordinary, talked of.
preponderant, unique, personal, pre-eminent.
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.
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.
big as life, can't miss it, under one's nose, open and shut.
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.
in view, in sight, out in the open, be seen, unhidden, viewable, not hidden, discoverable, to be seen, seeable.
buoy, horn, foghorn, bell, caution, siren, alarm, flare, warning, beacon, alert, whistle, semaphore, call.
FEEP, breedle, bleep, computer sound, bell sound, EEP, bleeps.
dinger, emergency signal.
signal, signaling, sign.
guideline, standard procedure, ground rule, ground rules.
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.
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.
lexicon, lingua franca, brogue, idioms, doublespeak, inter-change, verbalization, Brogues, langue.
motility, locomotion, changings, full swing, dynamics, stirrings, motilities, kinetics, waverings, motion.
sign of things to come.
impressive, indicate, bespeak, signaling, betoken, signalize, point, sign, signalise.
radiogram, cablegram, radiograms, coded message, telexes, teletypes, cablegrams, Teletype, telegraphic message, telegram, telex.
fores, word to wise, watch-it, in formation, heads up, alert.
panic, startle, dismay, surprise, scare, frighten, shock.
signal, signalise, sign, signalize.
greet, welcome, approach, nod, vociferate, wave, hail, kiss, smile, curtsy, notice, accost, kowtow, bow, shake hands with, embrace, hug, receive, acknowledge, salaam, salute.
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.
cry out, sound.
Examples of usage:
– The Woman of Mystery by Maurice Leblanc
– The Boy Hunters by Captain Mayne Reid
– Seven Little Australians by Ethel Sybil Turner
– The Myth of Hiawatha, and Other Oral Legends, Mythologic and Allegoric, of the North American Indians by Henry R. Schoolcraft