- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of signify.
“The word signifies a friend with whom we share a local community.”
“The title signifies O'Connell has the right of succession upon the retirement of the current bishop, John M. Smith, who is bound by church law to submit his resignation upon his 75th birthday, June 23.”
“Besides, he said, changing your name signifies the commitment; it linguistically establishes the fact that you have become a family.”
“Further, the sloppy use of language leads to confusion, and it also leads to bad policy decisions, because by attacking what the label signifies, we miss the more fundamental issues.”
“Nor does it simply appear that our friend as presently upset is merely what this label signifies based on the various aspects of his or her facial expression and on various causes and circumstances.”
“The term signifies an Internet gateway, the shoreline from which Web surfers paddle out to sea.”
“For Ockham, the term signifies that class, the form being no more than a fictum (a figment of the mind) or (in his later works) the mental act (of conceiving of those things) itself.”
“For Peter, the term signifies a form, and supposits naturally for a class of objects, whereas an occurrence of the term supposits accidentally on an occasion of use for a group of those objects.”
“The expression signifies that which is done in the presence of, by the authority of, under the power of, and to the glory of Jesus Christ.”
“And if I refer not to the sound of the name, but to the thing which the term signifies, how could I know what that sound signified if I had forgotten what the name means?”
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