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Example sentences for denote

The childish reasoning and antics of the heroine are more foolish than fun and denote immaturity, not sensuality.
Like-colored bars denote closely related species.
The Mayans used an eyelike character to denote zero.
Different colors denote different backgrounds.
We create competing symbolic environments and are constantly defending our symbols that denote our status and power.
Physicists use the Greek letter "nu" to denote neutrinos.
Applied to a social group, it is sometimes used to denote elitism or an indifference to the plight of others.
It does not denote any particular intelligence or cleverness.
In my gradebook, I use red to denote a zero due to absence.
The internet needs a way to denote irony in written form.
Her water lily headdress and decorated mat denote royal lineage.
Some tattoos denote an affiliation with spirits, deities, or ancestors-or ward off harm or disease.
The language is often tumid, and extravagant, and disfigured with ornaments which denote a vitiated taste.
Sheer rhetorical facility, whatever its appeal, need not denote originality and depth of content.
Belief in something does not automatically denote a lack of intelligence.
In this area, the terms cottage and cabin are interchangeable, used to denote rustic accommodations in a natural setting.
But the headmaster neglected to denote its location.
The first type, intended for families, is an upscale trailer park fitted with period facades that denote social stability.
Names appearing in bold print denote those who authored or prepared various components of the recovery plan.
Green markers denote drop-off sites that offer household recycling.
Used to denote a range of values on the higher end of a scale.
The brown dots denote roads reserved for foot, vehicle, and bicycle traffic.
One should throw in extra words to denote remarkable situations.

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