Adjectives for Mark | Words to describe Mark

Pronounced
Little
Distinctive
Noon
Low-Water
Only
Other
Black
Useless
Easy
Chin-Strap
White
Ordinary
Red
Especial
Vigorous
Likely
Uncommon
Permanent
Eighty-Mile
Peculiar
Tribal
High-Water
Bad
Obvious
Small
Old
Mean
False
Eighty-Thousand
Private
Cheerful
Rusty
Decided
High-Lead
Proper
Further

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  • 1. And there's another thing which may serve as a further mark. 🔊
  • 2. Matilda wondered at what she supposed an uncommon mark of favour in Judy; and resolved to be as nice a neighbour as she could. 🔊
  • 3. Their appearance was the signal for a cataract of bullets that for the moment in places almost equalled the high-lead mark of Elandslaagte. 🔊
  • 4. King said nothing, but the chin-strap mark on his cheek and chin grew slightly whiter, as it always does under the stress of emotion. 🔊
  • 5. And you'll see, he'll whistle me in to be his lawyer, and there'll be another black mark on my chara'ter! 🔊
  • 6. The majordomo, solemnly clothed in black, bore in his hand a white rod, a distinctive mark of office. 🔊
  • 7. The keen razor edge seemed scarcely to touch the flesh, yet where the knife had passed was a thin red mark like a scratch. 🔊
  • 8. She looked at the red mark upon the white hand, and two tears fell from her long lashes upon her wild-rose cheeks. 🔊
  • 9. The cause assigned for this is that the iron in the blood, forming a junction with the oxygen, leaves a rusty mark where the junction takes place. 🔊
  • 10. She drew aside Everett's tattered shirt-front and displayed a long white mark. 🔊
  • 11. In the best society at Naples one addresses a newcomer in the second person singular as a peculiar mark of distinction. 🔊
  • 12. If the floor were cleared off to a depth of 4 feet from its present level, it would be covered whenever the creek reached high-water mark. 🔊
  • 13. How useful I should find those 300 pence now which the foolish woman threw away on a useless mark of respect. 🔊
  • 14. Fortunately, the cabin was partly sheltered by a rock, and, moreover, it was but a small mark to try to hit. 🔊
  • 15. You can learn quite well when you apply yourself properly, and I consider it a disgrace that you should have a bad mark for arithmetic. 🔊
  • 16. There was no other mark that I could see; I began to wonder if we were as hot on the scent as we had thought. 🔊
  • 17. If his fame as an ecclesiastic is not so assured as that of his illustrious predecessor, in architecture and in secular history he has left a decided mark. 🔊
  • 18. They greeted him kindly, then, with the rough good-nature you read so much about, and as Bowles loosened up they saw he was an easy mark. 🔊
  • 19. The tip of Gordon's fingers as he slapped at Ferdy just reached the latter's cheek and left a red mark there. 🔊
  • 20. He looked the manuscript over and over again to see if he could not discover some private mark, something that would identify the writer, but he found nothing. 🔊
  • 21. The Frenchman and Englishman had passed the eighty-mile mark, and Bert was still a lap and a half behind. 🔊
  • 22. He had never in his life been present at any such luxurious rite, but he was offering practical indifference to it as a false mark of his sense that his social relation had already risen to his chin. 🔊
  • 23. Now that last wrong answer had given Sylvia a bad mark, and she felt it was not just that she should have had one more question than any of the other girls. 🔊
  • 24. The distinctive mark of aristocratic nations, is, a disregard of the great mass, and a disproportionate regard for the interests of certain privileged orders. 🔊
  • 25. This practice is followed in smoke-houses, the idea being to move the drying sheets slightly each day, with a view to the prevention of a pronounced mark across the sheets. 🔊
  • 26. If two or more clauses, grammatically complete and not joined by a conjunction, are to form a single compound sentence, the proper mark of punctuation is a semicolon. 🔊
  • 27. There are two or three regiments of the Line that have a black mark against their names which they will then wipe out; and it will be excessively inconvenient for the troops upon whom they do their wiping. 🔊
  • 28. Then we tried, persuaded by somebody who thought quarter-tones and less intervals the especial mark of speech as distinct from singing, to write out what we did in wavy lines. 🔊
  • 29. Thus charity is the distinctive mark of the Christian religion, that from which it springs, that which it is, that which it points to, and in which it will be consummated. 🔊
  • 30. Among the Arabs of the desert the tribal mark, either tattooing or a distinctive way of cutting the hair, insures the powerful protection of the tribe. 🔊
  • 31. His watery blue eyes, fixed with a careless scrutiny on every face, told him in an instant whether the owner was a likely mark that he could touch for a drink, but his luck was out. 🔊
  • 32. Italian unity found in him a passionate advocate, and, when the occasion came, his artistic talent and earnestness proved that they might have made a vigorous mark in political oratory as well as in music. 🔊
  • 33. Suppose, for a better example, that the cheerful Mark Tapley who always came out strong in adversity, were placed in a modern Russian novel. 🔊
  • 34. He was in the Senate twenty-three years and the only mark that he left upon the statutes is an amendment to the law relating to naturalization by which Mongolians are excluded from citizenship. 🔊
  • 35. Although the colour of its fur resembles that of the dead grass and herbage among which it lies, yet it starts from its "form" at the approach of danger, and from its size makes an easy mark. 🔊
  • 36. These are the notions which, under the idea of Whig principles, several persons, and among them persons of no mean mark, have associated themselves to propagate. 🔊
  • 37. Men no longer returned to the bunk-house growling and cursing the grub, and Moncrossen noted with satisfaction that the daily cut was steadily climbing toward the eighty-thousand mark. 🔊
  • 38. His face was a little thinner, but aside from that he had changed scarcely at all; and then, because these two years had left so little mark upon his face, a tinge of unreasonable anger ran over her. 🔊
  • 39. Third, the height of the water at the upper dam has enabled him to lay the log section of the waterway above the high-water mark of the river, thus, probably, insuring more or less permanence. 🔊
  • 40. Yet we find those curious animals, the sea squirts, found on rocks and stones at low-water mark, manufacturing cellulose to form part and parcel of the outer covering of their sac-like bodies. 🔊
  • 41. During the years that followed, these men made many efforts to break down the independence of the corporate government, and to this extent the rule of Andros left a permanent mark upon the colony. 🔊
  • 42. Neither of those young men whom Norman had introduced to her would have made her feel uncomfortable, as Fred had, if she had given them an ordinary mark of friendship. 🔊
  • 43. At last they reach high-water mark--six hours before full tide. 🔊
  • 44. The most primitive mode of knowing of the midday hour was by a "noon mark," a groove cut or line drawn on door or window sill which indicated the meridian hour through a shadow thrown on this noon mark. 🔊
  • 45. The inanimate clay was clothed in the simple black of a citizen of the Republic; the only mark of office being the red silken sash that covered the spot in the breast where the stiletto-stroke of hate had gone home. 🔊
  • 46. In the fall of the year, this river often rises, almost instantaneously, over fifty feet above low-water mark; a phenomenon supposed to be caused by heavy rains from the upper earth. 🔊
  • 47. Slowly, very slowly, in a few weeks, the external symptoms of the dread disease disappeared, until the face and forehead became thoroughly healed, and only a red mark, which time would wear off, remained. 🔊
  • 48. It was a fruitless search that day, seeking old Mark Thorn among the hills which rose brokenly a few miles back from the river and climbed to the knees of the mountains in ever-mounting surge. 🔊
  • 49. The income from subscriptions of all sorts was L473 in 1904 and L1608 in 1908, the high-water mark in the history of the Society for contributions to the ordinary funds. 🔊
  • 50. Sally Green's husband had fled years ago, and Billy Leary, her brother, was the obvious mark for Josh's vengeance. 🔊

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