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[kjˈuː], [kjˈuː], [k_j_ˈuː]

Synonyms for Cue:

advice (noun)

advice, advocacy, briefing, caution, caveat, clue, direction, encouragement, guidance, hint, information, instruction, intelligence, message, monition, news, pointer, prompt, recommendation, suggestion, tip, warning.

indication (noun)

badge, banner, beacon, crest, denotation, designation, emblem, figuration, gesticulation, guidepost, icon, indication, insignia, key, legend, lighthouse, logo, logotype, marker, notation, semaphore, sign, signpost, symbol, token.

advise (verb)

admonish, advise, advocate, brief, confer, consult, counsel, direct, encourage, guide, inform, instruct, notify, recommend, suggest, warn.

indicate (verb)

alert, beckon, betoken, brand, denote, designate, flag, gesticulate, gesture, indicate, label, mark, motion, nod, note, nudge, point, point out, shrug, signal, stamp, symbolize, tag, ticket, wave, wink.

Other synonyms and related words:

actor, actor's card, actor's prompt, actor's reminder, actor's signal, advert, affect, agate, agitate, aid, aide-memoire, alerting, allude, allude to, allusion, antagonist, antihero, anvil, approval mark, ball, bandage, bar, baseball bat, bat, battledore, bauble, be advised by, beat, beat the drum, beck, billiards ball, billiards stick, bit, bit part, block, blocks, book, boom, braid, brand development, brand name, breathe, broad hint, brush, bun, byplay, call attention to, call in, call up, capable, capacity, career, carry, cast, catchword, cattle identification, cattle tag, cauda, caudal appendage, caudation, cause to remember, character, characteristic, characterizing someone, check mark, checkerboard, chessboard, cheval de bataille, chignon, chirology, clew, club, clue on, clue to, cockhorse, coil, column, coming in, commence with, competent, continuity, creatively, cricket bat, cudgel, cue stick, cue word, dactylology, dactylonomy, definition, department, detail, discriminative stimulus, distance piece, distinctive mark, dock, doll, doll carriage, dollhouse, drop a hint, dumb show, earlier, earmark, efficient, evidence, excite, exeunt, experienced, explanation, fall to, fantail, fat part, feature, feed lines, feeder, field, file, finished, firstly, fit for, fitted, flapper, follow advice, formerly, frame, frame of mind, freemasonry, fulciment, function, gentle hint, gewgaw, gimcrack, give a hint, give an alarm, give the cue, glance, glance at, glimmer, glimmering, go, goad, guerdon, guess, guidelines, hackneyed, hall mark, handle, heart, heavy, heel, help, hero, heroine, hint at, hobbyhorse, hoist a banner, hot lead, humor, humour, idea, identification mark, impel, implication, imply, in practice, in the wind, incite, index, indicator, infer, ingénue, initially, initiated, inkling, innuendo, insinuate, insinuation, inspire, instigate, intimate, intimation, inventively, jack-in-the-box, jacks, jackstones, jackstraws, jigger, job, jog the memory, jogger, kick, kickshaw, knickknack, knot, lap, latency, lead, lead role, leading lady, leading man, leading woman, leer, libretto, line, lines, look, lookout, make allusion to, manifestation, marble, marionette, memorandum, memory, mention, mig, mind, mnemonic, monkey, mood, morale, motivate, move, movement, navigation mark, notice, notion, office, orb, originally, outrigger, pantomime, paper doll, part, particular, passing word, person, personage, pick-up sticks, piece, pig tail, pigtail, pinwheel, plait, playbook, plaything, pocket, pool, pool cue, pool player's stick, pool stick, pool tool, possibility, potential, practiced, prepared, primarily, primed, primevally, primitively, primordially, prod, prompter, prompting, proof, prop, propel, proposal, prospect, protagonist, province, puppet, push, qualified, queue, race, racket, rag doll, raise a cry, ratlings, rattail, recall, reckon, recollect, recompense, recover, refer, refer to, refresher, regain, remember, remembrance, remembrancer, remind, reminder, retrieve, revelation, reward, rib, rod, role, room locus standi, round, routine, scenario, scene plot, scent, score, script, secret signal, shoe, shooting script, shore, show one's colors, side, signal a musician, skid, skilled, sleeper, snooker rod, snooker stick, sole, sooner, soubrette, sound an alarm, sound the trumpets, sphere, spirit, spirits, splint, spoor, sport, sprit, stalking-horse, stand, state of mind, stay, steelie, steer, stilts, stimulus, stirrup, straight part, stub, subaudition, supporter, supporting character, supporting role, suppose, suspicion, symptom, syndrome, tail, tail end, tailpiece, take advice, taw, teetotum, telegraphy, telltale, temper, text, think, tickler, tip the wink, tip-off, title role, tone, top, topknot, touch, toy, toy soldier, trace, track, trade name, train, trained, trait, trinket, truss, twist, unfurl a banner, up in, vein, verbum sapienti, vestige, villain, visual aid, walk, walk of life, walk-on, walking part, wave a banner, wave a kerchief, wave the hand, weave, well up in, whiff, whim-wham, whisper, wind.

Rhymes for Cue:

  1. grew, shoe, moo, chew, new, flue, brew, pew, yew, shew, coup, hue, wu, dew, gnu, slew, knew, blew, queue, jew, view, two, do, shrew, sue, coo, mew, u, spew, pu, skew, strew, boo, goo, gu, too, rue, screw, sioux, woo, lieu, flu, few, lu, ru, shoo, clue, stew, drew, loo, zoo, chou, who, bleu, due, thew, ku, crew, true, blue, threw, through, hew, glue, yue, zhou;
  2. ado, accrue, bamboo, adieu, baku, outdo, taboo, cebu, debut, imbue, askew, anew, tatu, renew, redo, pursue, ague, ensue, construe, subdue, undo, fondue, unglue, canoe, babu, review, miscue, undue, revue, withdrew, eschew, wahoo, peru, untrue;
  3. kangaroo, hitherto, misconstrue, iou, overthrew, depardieu, overdo, overdue, katmandu;
  4. hullabaloo;

Quotes for Cue:

  1. I learned to approach racing like a game of billiards. If you bash the ball too hard, you get nowhere. As you handle the cue properly, you drive with more finesse. Juan Manuel Fangio.
  2. We call the Creator father, because we rely upon Him to protect us, guide us, feed us, keep us warm, to discipline us and all those things. I try to take my cue from the Creator, with regard to my children. Terrence Howard.
  3. Acting is the ability to dream on cue Ralph Richardson.

Idioms of Cue:

  1. cue sm in;
  2. take your cue from sb/ sth;
  3. take your cue from sth/ sb;