Synonyms of 'remark'
to sayI remarked that I would go shopping that afternoon.
Stuart commented that this was very true.
She said she was very impressed.
Clearly state your address and telephone number.
She did not mention her mother's absence.
He declared his intention to become the best golfer in the world.
`I like your hair that way,' he observed.
to observe or noticeEveryone has remarked what a lovely person she is.
People should not hesitate to contact the police if they notice anything suspicious.
Suddenly I noted that the rain had stopped.
In 1664 Hooke observed a reddish spot on the surface of the planet.
I perceived a number of changes.
I saw a man making his way towards me.
Mark my words. He won't last.
She regarded him curiously for a moment.
Few people at the conference heeded her warning.
She espied him in the far distance.
take note or notice of
a brief casually expressed thought or opinionShe has made outspoken remarks on the issue.
He made these comments at a news conference.
Is that a criticism or just an observation?
After days of reflection she decided to write back.
He now disowns that statement, saying he was depressed when he made it.
word, , ,
I'd like to say a word of thanks to everyone who helped me.
assertions that the recession is truly over
the Queen's public utterances
He had never found the situation worthy of remark.
Nothing that went on in the hospital escaped her notice.
He had given some thought to what she had told him.
Let me draw your attention to some important issues.
The statement made no mention of government casualties.
He said there should be careful consideration of the company's future role.
careful observation of the movement of the planets
He pays too much heed these days to my nephew.
He smiled in acknowledgement and gave her a bow.
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in the sense of acknowledgment
the act of acknowledging something or someoneHe smiled in acknowledgement and gave her a bow.
in the sense of assertion
a positive statement, usually made without evidenceassertions that the recession is truly over
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