She looked at Richard to see if he remembered the secret they shared, and he nodded and smiled. Mr. Langer nodded more firmly than before and took a second blade of grass. He looked at Pease, who nodded; Fenno did the same thing, but no one spoke. I nodded, I felt my chest, but I looked on the floor. I was expecting an argument, but she just nodded and went out. Hitchcock nodded and replied, “Call him Prosciutto and change the area in Italy.” 14th century, in the unenforceable sense 1 She acquiesced to the waiter so that he could bring the cake. I tried to stop and ask him what it was, but he just nodded and kept going down the hallway. Chris Hughes nodded, a nervous smile on his face. Mr. Byrd nodded and made some strokes with his pencil on the paper in front of him. Then he laughed and made a face “who knows” when he nodded to one of the men who were discussing how to bring Marxism to power in Iraq.
The young man followed the direction of the eyes and nodded. English Language Nod Learning Definition (Entry 2 of 2) Medium-English nodden; Maybe a bit like the German of age to shake `They`re having fun`, she said and nodded to the kids on the beach. These examples are automatically selected from different online message sources to reflect the common use of the word “Nod.” The opinions expressed in the examples do not reflect the views of Merriam-Webster or its publishers. Send us comments.