Definition of guidepost in English:

guidepost

Syllabification: guide·post
Pronunciation: /ˈɡīdˌpōst
 
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noun

Another term for signpost.
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  • While the Court's prior tests provide useful guideposts - and might well lead to the same result the Court reaches today, no exact formula can dictate a resolution to such fact-intensive cases.
  • In its interesting design, Hammond's book begins with the importance of constructing stories or ‘scenarios’ as critical maps of the present and guideposts for the future.
  • This case would be easy if the Court were willing to abandon the inconsistent guideposts it has adopted for addressing Establishment Clause challenges, and return to the original meaning of the Clause.

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