signpost

[ sahyn-pohst ]
/ ˈsaɪnˌpoʊst /

noun

a post bearing a sign that gives information or guidance.
any immediately perceptible indication, obvious clue, etc.

verb (used with object)

to provide (a place, route, etc.) with signposts.

Origin of signpost

First recorded in 1610–20; sign + post1
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Examples from the Web for sign-posted

  • Thus the dark narrow passage-way from the elementary to the higher schools is being widened, lighted, paved and sign-posted.

    The New Education|Scott Nearing
  • It is as hard for me to keep on the main track of my story as it was for the Glow-worm to stay on the sign-posted highway.

  • It was not a regular automobile road and was not sign-posted.

British Dictionary definitions for sign-posted

signpost
/ (ˈsaɪnˌpəʊst) /

noun

a post bearing a sign that shows the way, as at a roadside
something that serves as a clue or indication; sign

verb (tr; usually passive)

to mark with signposts
to indicate direction towardsthe camp site is signposted from the road
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