But its what the death of ADAM signifies, not simply the loss of it, that discourages Wish.
It signifies that art is a currency for gratitude and esteem, and that these works are measurable national treasures.
This is by far the best line of the entire movie, because it signifies that the movie is over.
It had a pendant that looked like a house, which to me signifies warmth and happiness.
The voter-turnout statement is also meaningful for what it signifies.
This word critic is of Greek derivation, and signifies judgment.
But when it is at the End, it signifies, that the Foot must remain up.
Drws Daufynydd signifies, literally, the door of the two hills.
I shall not stay in them: so it signifies nothing to tell you how to direct to me hither.
In some eastern nations it signifies a tyrant, with the absolute power of life and death.
late 13c., "be a sign of, indicate, mean," from Old French signifier (12c.), from Latin significare "to make signs, show by signs, point out, express; mean, signify; foreshadow, portend," from significus (adj.), from signum "sign" (see sign (n.)) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). Intransitive sense of "to be of importance" is attested from 1660s. Meaning "engage in mock-hostile banter" is American English black slang first recorded 1932.
...'signifying,' which in Harlemese means making a series of oblique remarks apparently addressed to no one in particular, but unmistakable in intention in such a close-knit circle. ["Down Beat," March 7, 1968]
A joke or comic turn that depends entirely on what is seen (1957+)