Adjectives for Marks | Words to describe Marks

  • Seventy-Five
  • Distinct
  • Definite
  • Forty
  • Tiny
  • Other
  • Black
  • Easy
  • White
  • Several
  • Questionable
  • Good
  • Diacritical
  • Syllable
  • Metronomic
  • Sufficient
  • French
  • Crooked
  • External
  • Last
  • Evident
  • Tear
  • Many
  • Unfailing
  • Unmistakable
  • Traditional
  • Sure
  • Obvious
  • Tempting
  • Night-Bird
  • Certain
  • Private
  • Fifty
  • High
  • Visible
  • Indelible
  • Rough
  • Weekly
  • How do you describe Marks?

    • 1. The spelling, accents, and diacritical marks of Sanskrit words was not consistent through the book. 🔊
    • 2. An old woman, in no way distinguishable from the others by paraphernalia or other marks, muttering, squatted beside the olla. 🔊
    • 3. When the first half-line contains but one alliterating syllable, that syllable marks the first stress, rarely the second. 🔊
    • 4. Many male mammals have crests and tufts of hair, and other marks of beauty, such as bright colouring, are often conspicuous. 🔊
    • 5. There should, at least, be no suspicion of tear marks, so he took a fresh sheet: and then the thought struck him. 🔊
    • 6. The priest at Pognebin offered to help, but it turned out that there were not quite forty marks in his money box. 🔊
    • 7. If two phenomena, having the other marks of cause and effect, seem unequal, the less contains an unexplored factor. 🔊
    • 8. In the outer portion of the eastern wall of the central kiva there are many marks of sticks, 3 to 4 inches in diameter and placed vertically. 🔊
    • 9. He requested Beethoven to make notes upon paper regarding the metronomic marks of speed at which the composition should be played. 🔊
    • 10. At first the western horizon looked empty, then along its level line his eye caught two tiny marks against the brilliant sky. 🔊
    • 11. Under parts light yellow on the belly, scarlet on the throat, black on the breast, and with black marks on the sides. 🔊
    • 12. The most recent instance of the easy marks is reported from Coffee county, but it is in line with what has been happening in other counties. 🔊
    • 13. The coarse file is used to take the rough marks of the spoke-shave away, and the marks left by the file are in turn removed by the sandpaper. 🔊
    • 14. Both sexes have blue or black marks, or from one to four straight lines on their cheeks or forehead, to distinguish the tribe to which they belong. 🔊
    • 15. He owned books, poor as he was; he kept them at the head of his bed; and there you have two unfailing marks of the real reader. 🔊
    • 16. He bore the last marks of extreme dissipation; his eyes were dull, his face bloated, and his hair thin and long. 🔊
    • 17. Presently they could be seen moving around, and Si had hard work restraining his squad from shooting at the tempting marks. 🔊
    • 18. I shall always know that hare again by the white marks on its back; also it is the biggest I have seen for a long while. 🔊
    • 19. Although numerous changes have since been made in the self-acting mule, the machine still bears indelible marks of the genius of Roberts. 🔊
    • 20. Master H. Frederic next made his appearance, with questionable marks upon his fingers and countenance. 🔊
    • 21. No one else in the class seemed able to dispute it with them, though Hazel Prestbury occasionally won high marks. 🔊
    • 22. I told him that I had been principally occupied in considering certain marks which I had found on a teapot, and wondering what they could mean. 🔊
    • 23. Loose portions of it are lying around on the floor of the cavern, and there are distinct marks along the sides where the ancient stone-cutters were at work. 🔊
    • 24. His heart leaped with joy, for he doubted not but they were the private marks of the buccaneers, to denote the places where their treasure lay buried. 🔊
    • 25. The prizes were awarded according to the result of the examination, and of all the weekly marks gained during the year, the totals being added together. 🔊
    • 26. With obvious marks of annoyance on his face, he turned away from his contradictor, and ordered that the quarry should be conveyed at once to the hunting-box. 🔊
    • 27. It was by the tedious way of crooked marks signifying words that ideas were henceforth gleaned out of human lore by all who would learn aught from the recorded wisdom of mankind. 🔊
    • 28. The child has no need of diacritical marks at this time; indeed he has little need for them until the fourth year, when the use of the dictionary is taught. 🔊
    • 29. It is closely allied to the chimpanzee, but grows to a larger size, and has many striking anatomical characters and external marks to distinguish it. 🔊
    • 30. We received, during our short stay at Naples, several marks of good will from them, of which I remember one especially with pleasure. 🔊
    • 31. If he presents the facts he will speak convincingly; if he is deeply in earnest he will speak persuasively; and if he be an educated man his speech will have the unmistakable marks of culture and refinement. 🔊
    • 32. The visible rents made in the road from time to time, and the obstructions in the deep bed of the stream, show sufficient marks of these formidable incursions. 🔊
    • 33. But the bombs of the inhuman Huns had found several marks, and while the harm from a military standpoint was small, a number of persons had been killed. 🔊
    • 34. The new dictionaries greatly simplify the matter of mastering the diacritical marks, and lessen the number needed, by re-writing unphonetic words in simple phonetic spelling. 🔊
    • 35. A nice studio at fifty marks a month--and the life of a gentleman. 🔊
    • 36. This was observed by an old patriarch, who had drunk the bitter cup of servitude, one who bore on his person the visible marks of the thong, as well as the brand of his master, upon his shoulder. 🔊
    • 37. She looked carefully about her--then she could trace evident marks of some sort of scuffle. 🔊
    • 38. This mansion, the state of the country considered, bore the external marks of grandeur: it consisted of four large rooms on the ground-floor, one story, and a garret. 🔊
    • 39. These ashes he patted down flat and then on them drew a map with the point of his spear, making grooves for streams, certain marks for bush and forest, wavy lines for water and swamps and little heaps for hills. 🔊
    • 40. Well, the slate appeared to have been wiped--if there really had been any definite marks upon it. 🔊
    • 41. When the English adopted the use of quotation marks, they did not take over the French marks, but substituted two inverted commas at the beginning and two apostrophes at the end of the quoted paragraph. 🔊
    • 42. Perhaps some readers may think that Swift cared little for Whiston and Ditton, except as a chance hearing of their plan pointed them out as good marks. 🔊
    • 43. He was fashionably dressed according to the Anglo-French style, and fortunately did not affect soft shirts or flowing ties or eccentric head-gear, or any other of the traditional marks of the artist. 🔊
    • 44. If seventy-five marks would be any object to you, I could let you have them, although I had promised your mother this money for a new dress of which she stands in much need. 🔊
    • 45. A victim to the pestilence which ravaged England about the year 1630, she fell in the prime of life; a proof that length of days and exemption from sorrow are no sure marks of Divine favour. 🔊
    • 46. But in the faint hint of slovenliness, in the shaking, eager hand that spilled the liquor, and in the nervous, vacillating eyes, Grief read the unmistakable marks of the chronic alcoholic. 🔊
    • 47. The stars shine down in pity from the sky; The night-bird marks their fate with plaintive cry; The dew-drop wets their parched lips ere they die. 🔊
    • 48. The next morning, when Frank Oldfield appeared on deck, his face and whole appearance bore the unmistakable marks of last night's excess. 🔊
    • 49. There were certain marks on these biscuit that were made unmistakably by the teeth of mice and chipmunks, but these traces he removed painstakingly. 🔊
    • 50. The redskin thinks it just as wonderful that the white man should be able to take up a piece of paper covered with black marks, and to read off sense out of them, as you do that he should be able to read every mark and sign of the wood. 🔊

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