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Synonyms for token

Synonyms for token

something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else

something that takes the place of words in communicating a thought or feeling

something given to guarantee the repayment of a loan or the fulfillment of an obligation

something that causes one to remember

Synonyms for token

an individual instance of a type of symbol

something serving as a sign of something else

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a metal or plastic disk that can be redeemed or used in designated slot machines

insignificantly small

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I bear a token from Kolk to his father, which will prove that I am a friend.
Impulsive he might be, enthusiastic, sensitive, with something sympathetic and adaptive in his disposition; but an observer of nature's tokens would have confidently pledged himself that there was native firmness and strength underlying his gentle, monk-bred ways.
and pleasant also it is to know a clear token of ill or good amid all the signs that the deathless ones have given to mortal men.
He cast a searching glance at me, as the servant withdrew, expecting to see some token of deep astonishment and alarm; but, being previously prepared, I preserved an aspect of stoical indifference.
When he had done yawning over his paper and scribbling short answers to his shorter letters, he spent the remainder of the morning and the whole of the afternoon in fidgeting about from room to room, watching the clouds, cursing the rain, alternately petting and teasing and abusing his dogs, sometimes lounging on the sofa with a book that he could not force himself to read, and very often fixedly gazing at me when he thought I did not perceive it, with the vain hope of detecting some traces of tears, or some tokens of remorseful anguish in my face.
And in token of all now being well and satisfactory, she opened her mouth a little, smacked her lips, and settling her sticky lips more comfortably about her old teeth, she sank into blissful repose.
You bring,' said Emma, faltering, 'some note or token from my uncle?
No, Miss Haredale, I have no letter, nor any token of any kind; for while I sympathise with you, and such as you, on whom misfortune so heavy and so undeserved has fallen, I value my life.
The use of tokens for the express purpose of proof --and, indeed, any formal proof with or without tokens --is a less artistic mode of recognition.
This, therefore, is nearly allied to the fault above mentioned:--for Orestes might as well have brought tokens with him.
These recognitions alone dispense with the artificial aid of tokens or amulets.
But our tokens of compliment and love are for the most part barbarous.
While thus approaching, as all hoped, to convalescence, Miss Briggs was the only victim admitted into the presence of the invalid; yet Miss Crawley's relatives afar off did not forget their beloved kinswoman, and by a number of tokens, presents, and kind affectionate messages, strove to keep themselves alive in her recollection.
Meanwhile, as we have said, whatever individual differences there might be between them all, Miss Crawley's dear nephews and nieces were unanimous in loving her and sending her tokens of affection.
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