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/ si nyiˈfyeɪ /
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noun, plural si·gni·fiés [see-nyee-fyey], /si nyiˈfyeɪ/, French.
(in linguistics) the signified.
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Words nearby signifié
significant other, significant symbol, signification, significative, significs, signifié, signified, signifier, signify, signifying, sign-in
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How to use signifié in a sentence
The King craued respite, affirming that he would aduise with his Counsaile, and then signifie to the Pope what he should resolue.
But this may be spoken, not (as usually) to signifie Gods nature, but to signifie our intention to honor him.Leviathan|Thomas Hobbes
Deformity they signifie by a Bear; and an unstable Man by an Hyna, because that animal yearly exchangeth its sex.The Works of Sir Thomas Browne (Volume 2 of 3)|Thomas Browne
These, when they play in rivers, with hasty springings or leapings, doe signifie tempests to follow.Chronicles of London Bridge|Richard Thompson
Picken signifie piquer, becqueter, et nicken signifie faire signe de la tête.