Example sentences for: denoting

How can you use “denoting” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • ' It has appeared in such unlikely combinations as talkathon, walkathon, aquathon, ski-a-thon, bike-athon, birdathon, sell-athon, sale-athon, curl-a-thon (a `hairstyling extravaganza'), and even the seemingly unnecessary jogathon and runathon (denoting more leisurely or shorter races than a marathon).

  • Melbourne's Age sees the new figures as denoting "bigger-than-expected tax cuts" in the future, a sentiment that dueled with a quotation from the minister of finance in the Morning Herald : "This Government is not in the business of looking for cuts."

  • Mussalchee `torchbearer' combines mussal `torch, usually of oilsoaked rags,' adapted from Hindi masal or mashal , the Hindi version of Arabic mash'al , and Turkic - ci (or chi, ji ), a suffix denoting an agent.

  • Other languages, often regarded as more "primitive" than English, have highly evolved vocabularies for denoting family relationships, so that a single word can denote, say, one's maternal grandfather's sister.

  • Overall, our findings agree with the results of earlier investigators who reported no adverse effects associated with fish consumption [ 22 23 24 ] and support the voluminous body of literature denoting gestation, male sex, parity, cigarette smoking, placental infarction, and birth defects as determinants of fetal growth and birth size.

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