Noun(1) an apparatus for visual signaling with lights or mechanically moving arms
Verb(1) send signals by or as if by semaphore(2) convey by semaphore, of information
(1) Rochlitz doesn't know what to do with the chorus, who strut in formation and communicate in semaphore , though he is insightful when it comes to the principals.(2) This was thanks largely to what the East Germans called ├ö├ç├┐stepped steering├ö├ç├û, which appeared to communicate direction to the wheels by some sort of vague semaphore system.(3) Getting changed after swimming (it's got easier again, but I still must look like someone doing semaphore underwater), and a dad comes in with his two children - who are both girls.(4) Chappe moved to a secure semaphore system (the Chappe code assigns numbers to flag positions; the meaning of these numbers is known only to those in charge).(5) if you learn semaphore or the Morse code, you'll have a fun way to send messages(6) They will also be resurrecting the old semaphore in the grounds of Fort Selwyn in a daily demonstration to honour the Chappe brothers, who caused a sensation with the first commercial semaphore system near Paris.(7) Use of semaphore flags was limited to within range of telescopes in earlier days and binoculars today.(8) He does so, prompting the linesman to semaphore the word ├ö├ç├┐offside├ö├ç├û with his arresting flag.(9) Theft of the enemy's semaphore codebooks became an important part of the business of war.(10) You can operate an optical telegraph as used in the Napoleonic wars, crank up second world war field telephones and learn to read Morse and semaphore .(11) Devices like this were not some kind of semaphore code, but simple, effective images that we could easily respond to.(12) She can calculate the location of a missing ice cream man from hints in photographs, she can build an action figure replica of her father from scratch, and she can use semaphore to pass messages between two feuding brothers.(13) One could say the word ├ö├ç├┐red├ö├ç├û aloud, or semaphore it from a cliff, or send it in Morse code, or write the French word ├ö├ç├┐rouge├ö├ç├û on a blackboard, or point to a color chip.(14) I saw Edward jumping up and down, performing an elaborate semaphore with his hat(15) They rely on team-mates at the other end to direct them, using highly untechnical language plus a kind of bowling semaphore for the hard-of-hearing.(16) the room was long enough to need a semaphore to signal from one end to the other
Different Formssemaphore, semaphored, semaphores, semaphoring
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