Note and Outline


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Note noun – A usually brief written reminder.
Outline and note are semantically related. in synopsis topic. In some cases you can use "Outline" instead the word "Note" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like jottings.
Nearby Words: noted, notation, noting, Noteholder
Synonyms for Note


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Outline noun – A line that traces the outer limits of an object or surface.
Note and outline are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Note" instead the word "Outline" as a verb or a noun.
Nearby Words: outlined, outlining
Synonyms for Outline

How words are described

good good note good outline
long long note long outline
similar similar note similar outline
brief brief note brief outline
Other adjectives: perfect, original, green, real, blue, dark, general, yellow, funny.

Common collocations

reaction note reaction outline reaction
scene note scene outline scene
difference note difference outline difference

Both words in one sentence

  • Monster Modesty Note that, aside from general outline, he has nothing approaching a human anatomy.
  • Weird Moon In Cordwainer Smith's posthumous story "Down to a Sunless Sea"note  Almost certainly written not by the "real" Smith (Paul Linebarger) but his widow Genevieve, although possibly from his outline the action takes place on a planet that has no sun but is illuminated by moonlight.
    Source: Weird Moon
  • My Friends... and Zoidberg More controversially, Dade County was omitted from the state outline on the Georgia State Quarter◊note Conversely, it could be considered a reference to Dade's 1860 secession not only from the Union, but from Georgia as well.
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