- I(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)n. stub, tab, flap; tail, tassel, pendant; slogan, phrase, name, catchword; tatter, shred, rag. See addition, end, indication.II(Roget's IV) n.1. [A remnant or scrap]Syn. rag, piece, shred, patch, snip, chip, fragment, snatch, trifle, scrap, waste, discard, junk, remainder, remains, leavings, refuse, stubble; see also cloth , remnant 2 .2. [A mark of identification]Syn. ticket, badge, card, tab, trademark, stamp, stub, voucher, slip, label, check, chip, emblem, insignia, tally, motto, sticker, inscription, laundry mark, price tag, identification number, button, pin.3. [A children's game]Syn. cross tag, freeze tag, squat tag; see game 1 .v.1. [To fit with a tag]2. [*To follow closely]Syn. pursue, track, chase, track down, trace, dog, follow the heels of, trail, shadow*, tail*; see also hunt 2 .III(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)In.label, card, ticket, *ID, identification, logo, stub, sticker, tab, slip, marker, trademark, emblem.IIv.mark, identify, label, name, call, title, style, designate, earmark.IV(Roget's Thesaurus II) I noun 1. An identifying or descriptive slip: label, ticket. See MARKS. 2. The word or words by which one is called and identified: appellation, appellative, cognomen, denomination, designation, epithet, name, nickname, style, title. Slang: handle, moniker. See SPECIFIC, WORDS. II verb 1. To set off by or as if by a mark indicating ownership or manufacture: brand, identify, label, mark, trademark. See MARKS. 2. To attach a ticket to: label, mark, ticket. See MARKS. 3. To describe with a word or term: call, characterize, designate, label, name, style, term. See SPECIFIC, WORDS. 4. To follow closely or persistently: dog, heel1, trail. See PRECEDE.
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