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Synonyms for nod

agree

Synonyms

incline

salute

give someone the nod

Synonyms

  • give the go-ahead
  • give the green light
  • give the okay
  • greenlight

Synonyms for nod

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

to sleep for a brief period

an inclination of the head or body, as in greeting, consent, courtesy, submission, or worship

the act or process of accepting

Words related to nod

a sign of assent or salutation or command

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the act of nodding the head

express or signify by nodding

lower and raise the head, as to indicate assent or agreement or confirmation

sway gently back and forth, as in a nodding motion

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be almost asleep

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Yet, NOD differs distinctly from the others where NID and NCD are more aggressive forms of negative deviance compared to NOD (which is more passive).
The best new artist category saw nods for the Zac Brown Band, Keri Hilson, MGMT, Silversun Pickups and The Ting Tings.
10) These ideas became generalised assumptions in NOD thinking during the nuclear era, as the First World War was revisited for answers about preventing a third world war.
To obtain NOD brochures, please send an e-mail to epi@nod.
Some nod back, some don't notice and others look at me like I have a second head.
The Land of Nod has had three reports of collapsed chairs, including one in which a child bumped her head.
The format might be considered an nnconscious nod to modern dance pioneer Doris Humphrey's instructions to choreographers to pare down movement invention to its essence.
Ead mouse is genetically identical to the NOD mouse, except for the expression of I-E, an additional type of MHC class II molecule.
And speaking of politicians, savor this admonition from the old pol to the new: "Never write when you can talk; never talk when you can nod; never nod when you can wink.
NOD is collecting information on voting problems experienced by people with disabilities.
If the taxpayer pursues an administrative appeal and the case remains unsettled at the conclusion of the appeals process, the Appeals Division will issue the NOD.
Well, it's pretty much what we expected," he begins and I nod, knowing this is just a routine check.
Within a week of developing high blood sugar or signs of T-cell attack, the NOD mice were given either low doses of the anti-CD3 antibody for five days or hamster immunoglobulin as a control injection.
Invodo will create, implement and deliver online product video on the The Land of Nod retail site (www.
Many professional associations are trying to get legislators to take notice of their views It is imperative that we have nurses to serve as NOD The NOD is introduced on the chamber floor at the beginning of the session and presented with a personalized certificate of appreciation During the legislative session, access to the chamber floor is reserved to a few privileged people, which includes the NOD This honor allows the NOD beneficial one on one time with the legislators to discuss their views on current bills.