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To write a mark on a document - thesaurus

Synonyms

mark

verb

to write or draw words, letters, symbols, etc. on something for a particular purpose

check

verb

American to make a mark ✓ to show that something is correct, that you agree with it, etc. The British word is tick

cross out

to draw an X or a line through writing because it is wrong or because you have decided to write something else

underline

verb

to draw a line under something written or printed, especially in order to emphasize it

highlight

verb

to mark words on paper with a highlighter

star

verb

to put a sign shaped like a star next to something on a list in order to mark it as special or important

underscore

verb

to draw a line under a word or sentence that you have written

plot

verb

to mark points on a graph

stamp

verb

to put a mark on something using ink and a stamp

scribble

verb

to make marks or drawings with no meaning

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asterisk

verb

to mark something with an asterisk

cancel

verb

to mark a ticket, stamp, or check so that it cannot be used again

frank

verb

to put a mark on a letter to show that the charge for mailing it has been paid

ink

verb

to mark or cover something in ink

mark

verb

to show the position of something

mark off

to mark something with a word, letter, or symbol in order to show that you have dealt with it

tick

verb

British to check something that is correct or something that has been dealt with

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