Definition of fingerpost in English:

fingerpost

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Pronunciation: /ˈfɪŋɡəpəʊst
 
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noun

A post at a road junction from which signs project in the direction of the place or route indicated.
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  • I'm no expert, but I believe the determined stalker is not going to be put off by the lack of a stile and a fingerpost pointing in the direction of a private house.
  • By Easter, the group plans to launch a new village leaflet incorporating a town trail, put up a new fingerpost directing visitors to places of interest and install framed village maps at Foxfield Close and in the village square.
  • At Blanch Farm there's a fingerpost with two fingers and six additional arrows, East Riding council are the masters of waymarking.

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