Definitions for "Telegraphing"
Coating defect: revealing of the substrate surface profile through the coating after cure. Commonly caused by not using a surfacer or filler.
Brushmarks or other irregularities in the previous coat or substrate that show through the dried topcoat. 198
A visible pattern on the surface of a substrate. Usually the pattern of an irregular substrate, or the application pattern of the adhesive.
Making obvious moves that tell your opponent exactly what your plans are, like playing a Gun State on a Character before you attack. Telegraphing is unintentional; if you're doing it intentionally, you're bluffing or threatening :)
Keywords:  semaphore, see
See ' semaphore 2)'.
Keywords:  oil, see, canning
See Oil Canning.