Titanic had moved the signpost five miles closer that morning.
People had begun leaving flowers and candles and stuffed animals at the base of the signpost.
And his machinations with the judiciary, the signpost of his cynicism, are bound to be aborted.
To get to that country, O children of a king, you would have to turn and turn, and spell out every signpost.
Surely he must presently come to some village, or some signpost.
There was a signpost of silvery snow, and on it in letters of pure ice the children read: This way to the North Pole.
Once he stopped, and with the aid of a lamp from the car found a signpost.
"Let us follow the path back to the signpost," suggested Billina.
Sorrow's crown of sorrow is, however, attained when a signpost is seen in the distance.
Michael nodded, saluting, so to speak, the signpost into the future as he passed it.