кивок ; клевание носом; дремота ;
кивать головой; кивнуть; покивать; клевать носом; дремать; прозевать что-л.; наклоняться; качаться; покоситься; грозить обвалом
- Elisabeth glanced round the Hall and seeing Mitzi was looking in her direction indicated with a nod and a smile that she would.
- There was the faint, almost imperceptible nod.
- If Guardian members receive an average 520 for giving the nod to a plan to allow their society to remain a mutual - and to continue operating much as it has since the turn of the century - what price a vote to convert?
- A nod, a quick smile.
- King George III used every means to manipulate the House of Lords into throwing out the India Bill and in Lord Rosebery's rotund phrase: "The Peers, who yearned for lieutenancies or regiments; for stars or strawberry leaves; the prelates who sought a larger sphere of usefulness; the minions of the bedchamber and the janissaries of the closet; all, temporal or spiritual, whose convictions were unequal to their appetite, rallied to the royal nod."
- I nod and smile and just carry on brushing.
- A nod, and the deed is done.
- Anthea gave a cool nod of acknowledgement.
- With no more than a curt nod and a: "Come Phoebe!" she hooked her arm through her sister's and swept her from the kitchen.
- We have often found people will nod and agree to the principles but never put them into practice.
- High-energy physics is favoured, with a special nod to Stanford University.
- Give what I hope is curt nod, though double chins seem to go on flapping for ever.
- But more often they took the little leafy lane which led from Thrush Green to Upper Pleshy , Nod and Nidden, the lane that threaded half a dozen or more sleepy thatched villages, like hoary old beads upon its winding string, before it emerged upon the broad highway which led to Stratford-upon-Avon.