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Synonyms for note

Synonyms for note

a brief record written as an aid to the memory

a written communication directed to another

an expression of fact or opinion

critical explanation or analysis

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

the act of noting, observing, or taking into account

a pleasing succession of musical tones forming a usually brief aesthetic unit

to perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

to state facts, opinions, or explanations

Synonyms for note

a short personal letter

a tone of voice that shows what the speaker is feeling

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a characteristic emotional quality

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high status importance owing to marked superiority

notice or perceive

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observe with care or pay close attention to

make a written note of

References in classic literature ?
To the note taker] Really, sir, if you are a detective, you need not begin protecting me against molestation by young women until I ask you.
THE NOTE TAKER [turning on him genially] And how are all your people down at Selsey?
If she is a confederate," he said, "the notes are gone long ago.
Then he counted the twenty thousand-franc notes in front of him and put the notes into the envelope, but without closing it.
She had no doubt that her note must appear excessively ill-written, that the language would disgrace a child, for her distress had allowed no arrangement; but at least it would assure them both of her being neither imposed on nor gratified by Mr.
Hardyman on the last day left to him--the day after the note was lost.
Sweetsir took the five-hundred pound note out of the open letter, I am firmly persuaded that he is the man who told Lord Rotherfield of the circumstances under which you left Lady Lydiard's house.
And though it certainly would be hard to distinguish a note from the window--that's true--I knew for certain that it was a hundred-rouble note, because, when you were going to give Sofya Semyonovna ten roubles, you took up from the table a hundred-rouble note (I saw it because I was standing near then, and an idea struck me at once, so that I did not forget you had it in your hand).
Perhaps, too, I thought, he wants to give her a surprise, when she finds a whole hundred-rouble note in her pocket.
Compare with the Bible and note words or expressions not derived from it.
Note with examples the pseudo-classical qualities in: 1.
At different periods in his life, he would call this haunter of his dreams by different names; "but in the end," he declares in a note on the subject, "I had to do a PERSIAN the honour of identifying him with this creature of my fancy.
I made a note of the thought on a sheet of paper, with the postscript: 6,000 feet beyond men and time
An obliging stranger, under pretence of compactly folding up my bank-notes for security's sake, abstracts the notes and gives me nutshells; but what is his sleight of hand to mine, when I fold up my own nutshells and pass them on myself as notes!
I came in for my own pleasure and instruction," she said, "and was so struck by the wisdom of the speakers that I could not help making a few notes.