He distinguished them from other bureau files by calling them “confidential,” denoting secrecy.
This horse was of a livid, cadaverous hue, denoting an agent of ghastly, terrible nature.
Enough is relative, denoting a supply equal to a given demand.
Fit, an Americanism denoting the preterite of the verb to fight.
This was no mere outward sign for the purpose of denoting the traitor.
They seem to have been called customs, as denoting customary payments, which had been in use for time immemorial.
A designation in reckoning oysters, denoting four, Loth.Stat.
"Still the same," said Louis, in a loud voice, denoting satisfaction.
In the center of the forehead is a silver ball, denoting wisdom.
This phrase, far from meaning what it would on the Bowery, was interpreted to me as denoting “a master hand in a knock-fight.”