Synonyms and related words:
adorn, approve, argue, attest, beat the drum, bespeak, bestow honor upon, betoken, blow the trumpet, breathe, celebrate, commemorate, confer distinction on, connote, demonstrate, denote, dignify, dip, display, distinguish, dress ship, evidence, evince, exchange colors, exhibit, express, fire a salute, flag, flag down, flash, furnish evidence, gesture, give a signal, give indication of, give the nod, glance, go to show, grace, hail, hail and speak, half-mast, hallow, hoist a banner, hold jubilee, honor, illustrate, imply, indicate, individualize, individuate, involve, jubilate, jubilize, keep, kick, leer, maffick, make a sign, make merry, manifest, mark, memorialize, motion, nod, nudge, observe, point to, poke, qualify, raise a cry, salute, set forth, show, show signs of, sign, signal, signify, solemnize, solemnly mark, sound a fanfare, sound an alarm, sound the trumpet, speak, speak for itself, speak volumes, suggest, symptomatize, tell, tend to show, touch, unfurl a flag, wave, wave a flag, wave the hand, wink

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