All Noun Verb
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  • The total length of the bridge is and above high water mark.
  • That was the high-water mark, for it came down after that. Cited from Field Hospital and Flying Column, by Violetta Thurstan
  • That film marked the first time the language had been heard on screen.
  • Not one among them but seemed to have reached the high-water mark of six feet. Cited from Judith of the Plains, by Marie Manning
  • Between the high-water mark and low-water mark is our hunting-place. Cited from On the Seashore, by R. Cadwallader Smith
  • Between the high-water mark and low-water mark is our hunting-place. Cited from On the Seashore, by R. Cadwallader Smith
  • It was the high-water mark of modern music-hall development. Cited from Okewood of the Secret Service, Valentine Williams
  • The bridge was one hundred and forty feet above low water mark. Cited from The Turtles of Tasman, by Jack London
  • Mark's family and friends are happy that the project has finally been completed.
  • No man knows when he has reached his high-water mark. Cited from On The Firing Line, by A. C. Ray and H. B. Fuller
  • This marks the return of the games to the city where they began.
  • This morning we noticed the high-water mark, four feet above the lower floor. Cited from Famous Adventures And Prison Escapes of the Civil War, by Various
  • Texas has made a strong mark on national and international pop culture.
  • This war will mark the approach of the coming of the Last Day.
  • This marked the first time humans could view the whole Earth at once.
  • This finally marks the start of the public library as we know it.
  • H-Hour was also fixed for three hours before high-water mark.
  • He finished primary school two years early and at high school achieved average marks.
  • The water rose about one foot in a minute reaching ten feet above the high-water mark.
  • That year, he was the only student at his college who received first-division marks.
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Meaning of Mark

  • noun A number or letter indicating quality (especially of a student's performance)
    she made good marks in algebra, grade A milk, what was your score on your homework?
  • noun A visible indication made on a surface
    some previous reader had covered the pages with dozens of marks, paw prints were everywhere
  • noun The impression created by doing something unusual or extraordinary that people notice and remember
    it was in London that he made his mark, he left an indelible mark on the American theater
  • noun A symbol of disgrace or infamy
    And the Lord set a mark upon Cain"--Genesis
  • noun Formerly the basic unit of money in germany
  • noun Apostle and companion of saint peter; assumed to be the author of the second gospel
  • noun A written or printed symbol (as for punctuation)
    his answer was just a punctuation mark
  • noun The shortest of the four gospels in the new testament
  • verb Designate as if by a mark
    This sign marks the border
  • verb Make or leave a mark on
    the scouts marked the trail, ash marked the believers' foreheads