having power to denote.
denoting or tending to denote:
the denotative meaning of a word.
able to denote; designative
verb (used with object), denoted, denoting. 1. to be a mark or sign of; indicate: A fever often denotes an infection. 2. to be a name or designation for; mean. 3. to represent by a symbol; stand as a symbol for. verb (transitive; may take a clause as object) 1. to be a sign, symbol, […]
verb (used with object), denounced, denouncing. 1. to condemn or censure openly or publicly: to denounce a politician as morally corrupt. 2. to make a formal accusation against, as to the police or in a court. 3. to give formal notice of the termination or denial of (a treaty, pact, agreement, or the like). 4. […]
noun 1. a hollow or depression in a surface, as from a blow. 2. a noticeable effect, especially of reduction: to leave a dent in one’s savings; a dent in one’s pride. verb (used with object) 3. to make a dent in or on; indent: The impact dented the car’s fender. 4. to have the […]
verb (used with object), denuded, denuding. 1. to make naked or bare; strip: The storm completely denuded the trees. 2. Geology. to subject to denudation. verb (transitive) 1. to divest of covering; make bare; uncover; strip 2. to expose (rock) by the erosion of the layers above denude de·nude (dĭ-nōōd’, -nyōōd’) v. de·nud·ed, de·nud·ing, de·nudes […]