Definition of 'semaphore'
Example sentences containing 'semaphore'
Amy finished her whisky with a shiver, and held up her glass to semaphore a request to fill it again.THE WHITE DOVE (2003) PROSPECT HILL (2003)
"The cameras start to flash, as though the incomprehensible semaphore of their flashes is going to summon the man in the limo.COLDHEART CANYON (2003)
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