verb (used with object), de·not·ed, de·not·ing.
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Origin of denote
OTHER WORDS FROM denotede·not·a·ble, adjectivede·note·ment, nounun·de·not·a·ble, adjectiveun·de·not·ed, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH denoteconnote, denote
Example sentences from the Web for denote
Not only might a reader wonder what the word “hero” denotes here, they may also puzzle why there can be no more heroes to follow.
The answer is unclear, but, to cover their bases, some companies ask employees to denote company-approved posts with hashtags.Retailers are pushing their employees to become TikTok influencers|jim cooper|November 11, 2020|Digiday
A half line represents five knots, a full line denotes ten knots, and flags are reserved for increments of 50 knots.
It would have been handsome but for a drooping, irresolute mouth, which denoted more than average weakness of character.The Third Degree|Charles Klein and Arthur Hornblow
It denoted a spring or brook from which water was obtained for drinking.The Composition of Indian Geographical Names|J. Hammond Trumbull
He answered quite seriously, and used the word as if it denoted some profession.Great Expectations|Charles Dickens
Differences of Tense are denoted by certain auxiliary particles, the same form in each case serving for all persons and numbers.First Lessons in the Maori Language|William Leonard Williams
The suit of the card is denoted by shading various portions of the foliated design adjacent to the 'angel' (b, fig. 11).Sharps and Flats|John Nevil Maskelyne