There are inns and shops which betoken an active trade, maintained probably by the lead mines in the neighbourhood.
There had been barely a glance between us to betoken the dreadfulness of the moment.
There was no alarm given, and not a sign or a sound of any kind to betoken that any one had seen them.
Her voice was quiet, but it did not betoken indifference; he knew that she was not one to forget.
Mr. M. I think it probable that mackerel clouds betoken wet, just as a mackerel's self Puts us in mind of water.
They betoken nervousness, of course—inherent nervousness, probably.
The five loaves which the lad bare, betoken the five books which the leader Moses appointed in the old law.
On the contrary, everything seemed to betoken a happy future.
Then was a little confusion, and they stopped, not knowing what this war-stained troop might betoken.
She has an air about her that seems to betoken wealth and distinction.