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marked


  3  definitions  found 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Mark  \Mark\,  v.  t.  [imp.  &  p.  p.  {Marked};  p.  pr  &  vb  n. 
  {Marking}.]  [OE.  marken,  merken,  AS  mearcian,  from  mearc. 
  See  {Mark}  the  sign.] 
  1.  To  put  a  mark  upon  to  affix  a  significant  mark  to  to 
  make  recognizable  by  a  mark;  as  to  mark  a  box  or  bale  of 
  merchandise;  to  mark  clothing. 
 
  2.  To  be  a  mark  upon  to  designate;  to  indicate;  --  used 
  literally  and  figuratively;  as  this  monument  marks  the 
  spot  where  Wolfe  died;  his  courage  and  energy  marked  him 
  for  a  leader. 
 
  3.  To  leave  a  trace,  scratch,  scar,  or  other  mark,  upon  or 
  any  evidence  of  action  as  a  pencil  marks  paper;  his 
  hobnails  marked  the  floor. 
 
  4.  To  keep  account  of  to  enumerate  and  register;  as  to  mark 
  the  points  in  a  game  of  billiards  or  cards. 
 
  5.  To  notice  or  observe;  to  give  attention  to  to  take  note 
  of  to  remark;  to  heed;  to  regard.  ``Mark  the  perfect 
  man.''  --Ps.  xxxvii  37. 
 
  {To  mark  out}. 
  a  To  designate,  as  by  a  mark;  to  select;  as  the 
  ringleaders  were  marked  out  for  punishment. 
  b  To  obliterate  or  cancel  with  a  mark;  as  to  mark  out 
  an  item  in  an  account. 
 
  {To  mark  time}  (Mil.),  to  keep  the  time  of  a  marching  step  by 
  moving  the  legs  alternately  without  advancing. 
 
  Syn:  To  note;  remark;  notice;  observe;  regard;  heed;  show 
  evince;  indicate;  point  out  betoken;  denote; 
  characterize;  stamp;  imprint;  impress;  brand. 
 
  From  Webster's  Revised  Unabridged  Dictionary  (1913)  [web1913]: 
 
  Marked  \Marked\,  a. 
  Designated  or  distinguished  by  or  as  by  a  mark;  hence 
  noticeable;  conspicuous;  as  a  marked  card;  a  marked  coin;  a 
  marked  instance.  --  {Mark"ed*ly},  adv  --J.  S.  Mill. 
 
  {A  marked  man},  a  man  who  is  noted  by  a  community,  or  by  a 
  part  of  it  as  for  excellence  or  depravity;  --  usually 
  with  an  unfavorable  suggestion. 
 
  From  WordNet  r  1.6  [wn]: 
 
  marked 
  adj  1:  strongly  marked;  easily  noticeable;  "walked  with  a  marked 
  limp";  "a  pronounced  flavor  of  cinnamon"  [syn:  {pronounced}] 
  2:  singled  out  for  notice  or  especially  for  a  dire  fate;  "a 
  marked  man" 
  3:  having  or  as  if  having  an  identifying  mark  or  a  mark  as 
  specified;  often  used  in  combination;  "played  with  marked 
  cards";  "a  scar-marked  face";  "well-marked  roads"  [ant:  {unmarked}] 




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