to provide (a place, route, etc.) with signposts.
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How to use signpost in a sentence
These electrodes allowed researchers to monitor the brain activity that corresponded to Sarah’s depression symptoms — a pattern that the researchers could use as a biomarker, a signpost of trouble to come.A custom brain implant lifted a woman’s severe depression | Laura Sanders | October 4, 2021 | Science News
Ultimately, we have forgotten that the land beneath us connects us all, the signposts that catalyse community transformation.What the international community can do to support LGBTQ Ugandans | Dan Glass | September 8, 2021 | Washington Blade
While there are 172 English Heritage blue plaques dotted around the borough, there is no signpost commemorating the WASU on any of its former London premises.How the West African Students Union drove the anti-colonial agenda in 20th century London | Yosola Olorunshola | March 6, 2021 | Quartz
The mural has been brought back to its former glory as a gateway signpost welcoming passersby into the commercial and residential district.
Titanic had moved the signpost five miles closer that morning.
And his machinations with the judiciary, the signpost of his cynicism, are bound to be aborted.
People had begun leaving flowers and candles and stuffed animals at the base of the signpost.In Newtown, 20 Little Angels and Six Uncommonly Brave Adults | Michael Daly | December 16, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Since AIDS first was described, the CD4 cell count has been the clinical signpost that guided doctors and patients.
His blog that used to reflect such passion and turmoil had become a mere signpost, “James Foley Currently Detained in Tripoli.”My Friend James Foley: 'I Just Love Being Where the Story's Happening' | Sheila Sharma | May 16, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
And then they came upon a fork in the road with a white signpost shining in the moonlight.The Box-Car Children | Gertrude Chandler Warner
Beside Claygate Lane, where the signpost points to Hook, there is a withybed which is a favourite cover for hares.The Hills and the Vale | Richard Jefferies
Knights, if I had known you would have let this covey of partridges sit thus long upon their knees under my signpost.
But, for that matter, it's placarded all over Plymouth and at every public and forge and signpost along the road.The Adventures of Harry Revel | Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Finally we saw a signpost just ahead, and we thought that would surely solve our problem.Into the Jaws of Death | Jack O'Brien
British Dictionary definitions for signpost
a post bearing a sign that shows the way, as at a roadside
something that serves as a clue or indication; sign
to mark with signposts
to indicate direction towards: the camp site is signposted from the road
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