betoken : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v be a signal for or a symptom of
- v indicate by signs
- Tracking shots, twisting boom shots, placements that are either radically high or low they all betoken a director who doesn't trust his material.
- This may betoken the decline of Protestantism, or it may be a kind of built-in unity movement on the grass-roots level.
- Outside, several laborers were repairing the street, among them a tall, dignified old man of 75 named Lawrence Smith, whose white mane and long white mustache seemed to betoken .
News & Articles
- U.S. cities still struggling, but it doesn’t seem so dire in Minneapolis
The economy is improving — yes, Virginia, an increase in jobs, a rising stock market and brisker housing sales all betoken recovery — but American cities are still staggering in the aftermath of the Great Recession. That's the gist of "America's Big Cities in Volatile Times," a recently released report from the Pew Charitable Trusts, whose analysts assessed the fiscal health of the 30 ...
Nov. 25, 2013 - MinnPost