noun, plural si·gni·fiés [see-nyee-fyey] /si nyiˈfyeɪ/, French.
Words nearby signifié
Examples from the Web for signifie
Straunge, this is, to heare of: but more meruailous to behold, then these my wordes can signifie.
Mitra did signifie a certaine attire for women's heads, as a coife or such like.
They, not knowing what it might signifie, having consulted of this accident, they resolved to cast this dogge into the hole.Thalaba the Destroyer|Robert Southey
The King craued respite, affirming that he would aduise with his Counsaile, and then signifie to the Pope what he should resolue.
Gregory says the ceremony was intended to "signifie the resurrection of the body."Traditions, Superstitions and Folk-lore|Charles Hardwick