President Obama signalled his move to a middle strategy in his Tuesday meeting with Congressional leaders.
The poll also signalled that Americans were comfortable with targeted military action again Iran in the worst-case scenario.
I learn that an automobile driven by Germans and flying the Red Cross flag has been signalled.
When this was done, he signalled to Brother Andrew to take off the cassock.
Cassard had signalled Feuquières to weigh and convoy the grain-ships out while he engaged the two English ships.
Then he signalled to the mate to fire the culverin of which he had charge.
Tryon grew impatient and signalled to the Camperdown—“What are you waiting for?”
"If you go you will make me nervous—and the recital is sold out," he signalled.
He signalled for his officers to come on board the Buonaventura.
He stood there a moment, his hat off, and signalled the chauffeur.
late 14c., "visible sign, indication," from Old French signal, seignal "seal, imprint, sign, mark," from Medieval Latin signale "a signal," from Late Latin signalis (adj.) "used as a signal, pertaining to a sign," from Latin signum "signal, sign" (see sign (n.)). Restricted sense "agreed-upon sign (to commence or desist, etc.) is from 1590s. Meaning "modulation of an electric current" is from 1855.
"remarkable, striking, notable" ("serving as a sign"), 1640s, from French signalé, past participle of signaler "to distinguish, signal" (see signal (n.)).
1805, "to make signals to," from signal (n.). Related: Signaled; signaling. Earlier verb was signalize (1650s).