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Princeton's WordNet

  1. sign language, signingnoun

    language expressed by visible hand gestures


  1. signingnoun

    The procedure or process of communicating by use of a sign language.

    Etymology: [Participle of sign, sense 3.]


  1. signingnoun

    The act of concluding a contract, especially by an athlete or entertainer with a company

  2. signingnoun

    A player signed by a club

Webster Dictionary

  1. Signing

    of Sign

    Etymology: [Participle of sign, sense 3.]

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Signing in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Signing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of Signing in a Sentence

  1. Phil Neuenfeldt:

    By signing Right to Work into law, Gov. Walker continues his crusade on the hard-working, middle-class families of Wisconsin.

  2. Garba Shehu:

    The conclusion and signing of the agreement is expected to enhance security in the Gulf of Guinea and help in curbing maritime crimes such as piracy, crude oil theft, sabotage of oil rigs and arms smuggling.

  3. John Muria:

    The agreement was not vetted by the Attorney General's chambers before signing.

  4. Stephen Vladeck:

    President Bush wasn't the first to use signing statements, but President Bush used them more often than both President Bush predecessors and successors, and, as importantly, President Bush consistently used them to advance an aggressive theory of constitutional limits on Congress' power to interfere with the Executive Branch that was largely a novelty.

  5. Chris Stewart:

    Every day more people are signing on and becoming more resolute about not allowing a retail civil rights organization to sell us down a river, but, to date, the NAACP has shown no interest in meeting with black people that disagree with them — even after repeated requests.

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