What does signpost mean?

Definitions for signpostˈsaɪnˌpoʊst

Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word signpost.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. signpost, guidepost(verb)

    a post bearing a sign that gives directions or shows the way

  2. signpost(verb)

    mark with a signpost, as of a path


  1. signpost(Noun)

    a post bearing a sign that gives information on directions

  2. signpost(Verb)

    to install signposts (on a route etc)

  3. signpost(Verb)

    To indicate logical progress of a discourse using words or phrases such as now, right, to recap, to sum up, as I was saying, etc.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Signpost(noun)

    a post on which a sign hangs, or on which papers are placed to give public notice of anything


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Anagrams for signpost »

  1. stop sign

  2. postings


  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of signpost in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of signpost in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Sample Sentences & Example Usage

  1. Christopher King:

    That is a signpost that the research wielded a lot of impact.

  2. Barack Obama:

    This is as good a signpost of what we're dealing with on climate change as just about anything.

  3. Atlanta Fed:

    Seeing inflation converge ... will clearly be an important signpost for us as we are looking at decisions to be made post-liftoff.

  4. President Barack Obama:

    This is as good of a signpost of what we're dealing with when it comes to climate change as just about anything, we want to make sure that our grandkids can see this.

  5. Virginia Woolf:

    Publicity in women is detestable. Anonymity runs in their blood. The desire to be veiled still possesses them. They are not even now as concerned about the health of their fame as men are, and, speaking generally, will pass a tombstone or a signpost without feeling an irresistible desire to cut their names on it.

Images & Illustrations of signpost

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