In terms of video games, to telegraph is to give advance notice of. A good example is Punch Out. Most fighters do a small animation that shows they are about to attack.
Piston Honda telegraphs his punches by wiggling his eye brows.
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to signal one's actions or intentions, especially unintentionally
This is one guy who never telegraphs his moves.
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A feeling of immense pleasure with a girl with indirect contact
OOh......we telegraphed on the phone yesterday..........felt sooo great!
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To flail about in a strange way as an excuse to make sexual contact with someone near you.
She had to leave because Tony kept telegraphing her.

That guy is a total telegraphist!
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To convey an intentional, conscious or unconscious message, usually through facial expressions or body language, but can also include written or verbal comments.

Can also be refered to and used as "Telegraph" or "Telegraphed."
During a recent conversation Joanna made a comment of how much she enjoyed the company of men. Her boyfriend Harvey interpreted that to mean she either was already seeing other men, or was telegraphing her intentions.
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A news company, for retards, by retards.
-You read the Telegraph?
-No, I heard they wanted to censor slang
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Verb to describe having ones expenses or financial status 'reviewed'. Taken after the The Daily Telegraph newspaper that published leaked papers showing how certain British MPs have claimed expenses inappropriately.
Allen: Jesus Bateman, there's not a chance you'll get your $5000 claim for watermarked business cards paid.
Bateman: I claimed over $45,000 in expenses last year and didn't get Telegraphed once. Fuck 'em.
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