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  • v. Present participle of signalize.

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Examples

  • But, Phinehas herein signalizing himself, a special mark of honour was put upon him, for what he did was counted to him for righteousness to all generations (v. 31), and, in recompence of it, the priesthood was entailed on his family.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume III (Job to Song of Solomon)

  • And Thursday's claim that signaling equipment failed left unclear what part of the line's signalizing system—a comprehensive apparatus made up of multiple sub-systems—failed.

    China's Wen Cautions on Rail Push

  • The National Republican Congressional Committee has put Mike Fallon, GOP candidate in Colorado's Congressional District 1, 'On the Radar,' signalizing the party's belief that the ...

    Mike Fallon, GOP Candidate In Colorado CD-1, Granted 'On The Radar' Status By NRCC

  • The National Republican Congressional Committee has put Mike Fallon, GOP candidate in Colorado's Congressional District 1, 'On the Radar,' signalizing the party's belief that the traditionally Democratic district in Denver may be more competitive than expected.

    Mike Fallon, GOP Candidate In Colorado CD-1, Granted 'On The Radar' Status By NRCC

  • It is this passion that drives men to all the ways we see in use of signalizing themselves, and that tends to make whatever excites in a man the idea of this distinction so very pleasant.

    On the Sublime and Beautiful

  • I know thou wilt think I am going to claim some merit to myself, for having given her such opportunities of signalizing her virtues.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • A very curious table might be made, signalizing the difference of the moral standard between us and the French.

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • The colonists had as yet, therefore, no means of signalizing their presence.

    The Mysterious Island

  • He lamented his fate, in being doomed to live in such degenerate days, when war is become a mercenary trade; and ardently wished, that the day would come, when he should have such an opportunity of signalizing his courage in the cause of liberty, as that of Marathon, where a handful of Athenians, fighting for their freedom, defeated the whole strength of the Persian empire.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

  • He likewise pretended to ridicule the use of firearms, which confounded all the distinctions of skill and address, and deprived a combatant of the opportunity of signalizing his personal prowess.

    The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

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