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note

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of NOTE

1
a usually brief written reminder <I'll make a note to myself so I don't forget to pick up some milk on the way home>
2
a message on paper from one person or group to another <write a friendly note to the neighbors asking them to keep the noise down>
3
a natural vocal sound made by an animal <can you distinguish between the notes of the whippoorwill and the mockingbird?>
Synonyms cry, note
4
a piece of printed paper used as money in the United States <will you be paying in coins or notes?>
5
a special quality or impression associated with something <spoke with a note of irritation in her voice>
6
overall quality as seen or judged by people in general <a writer of note among readers of modern poetry>
7
a briefly expressed opinion <let me read a few notes I jotted down while you were auditioning>
8
a state of being aware <during my long convalescence I had taken note of which friends had helped me and which ones had found other things to do>
9
something that sets apart an individual from others of the same kind <an intense, full-bodied red wine with all of the spicy notes for which that grape variety is famous>

May 04, 2015
cozen Hear it
to deceive by coaxing or trickery
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