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fistnote

[ fist-noht ]
/ ˈfɪstˌnoʊt /
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noun
a printed note, as in a piece of text, distinguished by the figure of a fist with a pointing index finger.
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Origin of fistnote

First recorded in 1930–35; fist1 + note
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