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cue

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of cue

  1. a slight or indirect pointing to something (as a solution or explanation) <taking a cue from nature, scientists are developing safe and effective insecticides using insect hormones> Synonyms clue, cue, indication, inkling, intimation, lead, suggestionRelated Words breath, flicker, glimmer, glimpse, mention, scent, whiff, wind; hunch, idea, inspiration, notion; allusion, implication, inference, innuendo, insinuation; denotation, evidence, guidepost, key, mark, overtone, pointer, sign, signal, telltale, token; assistance, nod, prompt, tip, tip-off, wink; feeling, foreboding, intuition, premonition, presentiment, suspicion; augury, foreshadower, foretaste, harbinger, omen, portent, prefigurement, presage, symptomNear Antonyms answer, solution




cue

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of cue

  1. a series of persons or things arranged one behind another <the cue to get tickets to the concert moved with agonizing slowness> Synonyms column, cue, file, queue, range, string, trainRelated Words echelon, rank, row, tier; chain, progression, sequence, succession; array




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