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nod, v. 1. motion, make a sign, signal, signify, signalize, indicate; incline the head, acknowledge, recognize, greet, give salutation, salute, say hello, hail.
2. acquiesce, show agreement, agree, concur, consent, assent.
3. doze off, drop off, drowse, be sleepy, fall asleep, go to sleep, nap.
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be indifferent, be lax, be listless, become careless, become inattentive, become neglectful; bungle, botch, blunder, slip up, trip up, falter; be mistaken, be wrong, make a mistake, err.
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(of trees, flowers, etc.) droop, bend, bow, hang down; give way, sag, sink, slump; dip, lean, curve, incline.
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n. 6. motion, gesture, sign, signal, cue, indication; beckoning, command.
7. acknowledgement, sign of recognition, greeting, salutation, salute, hello, hail; obeisance, sign of reverence; sign of acquiescence, show of agreement, sign of approval.

node, n. 1. protuberance, protuberancy, Bot. boss, knob, knop, nub, nubble, Bot. caruncle, Bot. bud, nodule, Anat. nodulus; knot, knur, gnarl, burl; protrusion, projection, Anat. apophysis, tuberosity, prominence, bulb; growth, excrescence, excretion, Biol, auxesis, tubercle; swelling, gibbosity, tumescence, intumescence, enlargement; lump, bump, Inf. goose egg, hump, buckle, bulge; Pathol, tumor, Pathol, neoplasm, Pathol, cyst, Pathol, wen, Pathol. blain, corn, wart, boil, Pathol, carbuncle, inflammation; whelk, pimple, pustule, Pathol, papule.
2. joint, juncture, junction, connection, link,
Bot. articulation, Anat. condyle; splice, seam, Anat. raphe,

nodular, adj. knobby, knobbed, Bot. bossed, Bot. caruncular, nubby, nodose, nodous; knotted, knotty, knaggy, gnarled, gnarly, knurled, knurly, knarled; protuberant, protruding, protrusive, bulging, embossed, raised, excurved, excurvative, projecting; bumpy, lumpy, tumorous, Bot. torose; tuberous, warty, verrucose; pimpled, papular; uneven, rough, unsmooth, unfinished, flawed, blemished,

nodule, n. 1. small node, protuberance, Bot. boss, knot, gibbosity, Pathol, cyst. See - node (def. 1).
2. lump, mass, clot, gob, gobbet; clump, clod, cluster, bunch.

noise, n. 1. sound, clamor, din, hubbub, babel, racket; ballyhoo, outcry, bawl, hue and cry, vociferation; cacophony, dissonance, discord; uproar, hullabaloo, clangor, fracas, bedlam, tumult, pandemonium, turmoil, commotion, bluster, rumpus, Inf. ruckus; clapping, applause.
2. talk, talking, chatter, chattering, jabber, jabbering, babble, babbling.
Fr. bavardage, prate, prattle.
3. cry, sob, wail, moan, groan, keen, ululation, whimper, whine, mewl; shout, whoop,
Inf. holler, squall, yell, roar, bellow; scream, shriek, shrill, screech, Scot. and North Eng. skirl, catcall, whistle, wolf whistle, hiss.
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(all of animals) bark, yap, yelp, bowwow, woof; meow, miaow, mew, purr, caterwaul; yowl, howl, bay; whinny, neigh, bray, moo, low; baa, bleat, blat, oink, squeal, grunt; cluck, cackle, gabble, quack, squawk, gobble, honk; chirp, cheep, peep, coo, bill, cuckoo; hoot, caw, crow, cock-a-doodle-doo; croak, ribbit.
5. blare, blast, bang, boom, growl, rumble, thunder; clatter, brattle, rattle, jingle, jangle; ring, ting, cling, tinkle, tintinnabulation; ding, ding-dong, chime, peal, knell, toll, sounding, resounding, reverberation; clink, chink, clank,
Inf. clunk, click, clack, clang, twang; whistle, whir, buzz, hum, drone; hiss, whoosh, whiz, zing, Inf. zip; creak, grate, grind, scraping, scratching, rasp, stridulation.

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