A high temperature is a sign of fever.
Looking for deer sign.
No sign of life.
Took the eclipse as a sign from God.
Signed the letter.
Signed her name to the contract.
Sign a bill into law.
Signed a rookie pitcher for next season; sign up actors for a tour.
Signed away all her claims to the estate.
Sign a new highway.
Signed his approval with a nod.
Signed her reply to the question.
Black as a sign of mourning.
¢ is the sign for cent(s)
The signs of spring.
An example of sign is a symbol from a loved one who has passed.
An example of sign is a thumbs up for a good job.
An example of sign is an advertisement for a sale.
Their angry expressions were a clear sign they didn't want to talk.
Those clouds show signs of raining soon.
Those clouds show little sign of raining soon.
Signs of disease are objective, whereas symptoms are subjective.
The hunters found deer sign at the end of the trail.
I missed the sign at the corner so I took the wrong turn.
An example of sign is to put a signature on a job application.
An example of sign is to do the motions to, "In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."
An example of sign is a member of the deaf community communicating with another member of the community.
The sign in the window advertised a room for rent.
The sharp sign indicates that the pitch of the note is raised a half step.
Your sign is Taurus? That's no surprise.
Gave the go-ahead sign.
A motel with a flashing neon sign outside.
An EXIT sign above a door; a traffic sign.
A nod as a sign of approval.
I got the magnitude right, but the sign was wrong.
Sorry, I don't know sign very well.
- (now rare) To seal (a document etc.) with an identifying seal or symbol. [from 13th c.].The Queen signed her letter with the regal signet.
- To mark, to put or leave a mark on. [from 14th c.].
- More generally, to write one's signature on (something) as a means of identification etc. [from 15th c.].I forgot to sign that letter to my aunt.
- ( reflexive) To write (one's name) as a signature. [from 16th c.].Just sign your name at the bottom there.I received a letter from some woman who signs herself "˜Mrs Trellis'.
- (intransitive) To write one's signature. [from 17th c.].Please sign on the dotted line.
- (intransitive) To finalise a contractual agreement to work for a given sports team, record label etc. [from 19th c.].
- To engage (a sports player, musician etc.) in a contract. [from 19th c.].It was a great month. I managed to sign three major players.
- He signed me that I should follow him through the doorway.
- (intransitive) To use sign language. [from 19th c.].
- To furnish (a road etc.) with signs. [from 20th c.].