Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of token.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Marked by tokens, or spots.

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Examples

  • And with dancing eyes and lolling tongue Jerry joined in the laughter, not because he knew what it was about, but because it tokened they were happy and his love prompted him to be happy with them.

    CHAPTER XXII

  • Terrence did not voice his sorrow, if sorrow he had; but his hovering about Biddy tokened his anxiety for her.

    Chapter 1

  • The depth and breadth of that chest, its resilience, and its relaxed and plastic muscles, tokened the knotty strength that still resided in him.

    THE BONES OF KAHEKILI

  • Such amiable weaknesses tokened the healthfulness of the man, and drew Daylight closer to him.

    Chapter I

  • French embroidery of which stuck a needle, tokened a woman's presence.

    A LITTLE ACCOUNTWITH SWITHIN HALL

  • From the rear, cries and laughter and the sound of many hoofs tokened that the rest of the party was close behind.

    CHAPTER XIX

  • Although he belonged to Dag Daughtry just as much as if the steward possessed a chattel bill of sale of him, his owner did not know that his anaesthetic twist of ravaged nerves tokened the dread disease.

    CHAPTER III

  • It was neither a rustling nor a rattling, and it tokened some large body passing through the brush.

    CHAPTER II

  • Paula heard her husband ask with one of his abrupt shifts that she knew of old time tokened his drawing together the many threads of a situation and proceeding to action.

    CHAPTER XV

  • Standard linguistic theory entails that many sentences that have never been tokened (internally or externally) are well-formed English sentences.

    Platonism in Metaphysics

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