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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 ?
The note was held out, and must be taken; and as she instantly and with averted eyes walked towards the fireplace, where sat the others, he had nothing to do but to go in good earnest.
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.
I know who the man is who received the bank note; and I have only to find him to decide the question whether it is the stolen note or not."
Hardyman on the last day left to him--the day after the note was lost.
"What lies!" he cried impudently, "why, how could you, standing by the window, see the note? You fancied it with your short-sighted eyes.
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).
Note an interesting incident or two for citation in class.
The reading may include extracts from Thomson and should include most of Collins' 'Odes.' The student should note specifically in Collins respective elements of classic, pseudo-classic; and romantic spirit, in general and in details.
He often used to speak of the ecstatic mood in which he wrote "Zarathustra"; how in his walks over hill and dale the ideas would crowd into his mind, and how he would note them down hastily in a note-book from which he would transcribe them on his return, sometimes working till midnight.
In his private notes on the subject the author uses the expression "Superman" (always in the singular, by-the-bye), as signifying "the most thoroughly well-constituted type," as opposed to "modern man"; above all, however, he designates Zarathustra himself as an example of the Superman.
THE NOTE TAKER [with quick interest] What's a copper's nark?
"But this is a matter that concerns myself alone....Well, it was in Box Five one evening, I found a letter addressed to myself, a sort of note written in red ink.
The note of terms was plain, straightforward, and comprehensive, at any rate.
"Two one pound notes. I'd sell all the friends I ever had, for one, and think it a blessed good bargain.
Nevertheless it is clear that such persons as the writer of these notes not only may, but positively must, exist in our society, when we consider the circumstances in the midst of which our society is formed.