Cues [noun]

Definition of Cues:

signal to act

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Sentence/Example of Cues:

Then, plan to update your individual messages with audio cues that are specific to each campaign.

Political science shows us that voters follow cues from their parties, and are more likely to change their opinions on issues to align with their partisan identity than they are to change their partisan identity to fit with preexisting opinions.

We rely on direct eye contact and small facial cues and miss them when they’re gone.

To promote safety on the road, it is a “heads-up” game, relying on audio cues rather than asking players to stare at a screen.

The reason we see a circle, when the eye gets an ellipse, is because of a variety of visual cues and our knowledge of the world.

Bertoldi and her colleagues took cues from these animals in looking for designs that would boost a sole’s grip.

Do I understand that billiard cues have also taken to hunger-striking?

But, while we have time, tell me my cues, for I share your opinion of the Duke of Alva.

At 14, I wasn't super-sure what a wizard was supposed to sound like, but I could take my cues from the movies and novels.

The facts are very questionable, but we have no other cues for determining that menstruation is taking place.