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  • as inlangue

synonyms for brogue

  • accent
  • dialect
  • expression
  • jargon
  • prose
  • sound
  • speech
  • style
  • terminology
  • vocabulary
  • voice
  • word
  • wording
  • argot
  • articulation
  • cant
  • communication
  • conversation
  • diction
  • dictionary
  • discourse
  • doublespeak
  • gibberish
  • idiom
  • interchange
  • lexicon
  • palaver
  • parlance
  • patois
  • phraseology
  • signal
  • slang
  • talk
  • tongue
  • utterance
  • verbalization
  • vernacular
  • vocalization
  • lingua franca
See also synonyms for: brogues

antonyms for brogue

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  • silence
  • quiet
  • standard
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    How to use brogue in a sentence

    Little Sweeny says, in his Irish brogue, 'I can march twic't as fur for the seein' av her!'
    OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
    Usually they go barefoot in their villages, but when they are on a journey they wear a sort of brogue like the men.
    THE CRADLE OF MANKINDW.A. WIGRAM
    Ireland thought thee her child, for who spoke her brogue better than thyself?
    LAVENGROGEORGE BORROW
    And almost immediately he called out something to Ermina, using an unmistakable Irish brogue.
    LITTLE FISHERS: AND THEIR NETSPANSY
    Joe's forefathers were from the Isle of Erin, and although he had lost the brogue, he still retained some of their superstitions.
    WILD WESTERN SCENESJOHN BEAUCHAMP JONES
    He spoke, and something in his throat—a hard lump perhaps—husked his brogue and made his r's roll out like dice.
    THE ESCAPE OF MR. TRIMMIRVIN S. COBB
    I went to him, and assuming the Irish brogue, I inquired how he came to be left alone, and if I could render him any assistance.
    NURSE AND SPY IN THE UNION ARMYS. EMMA E. EDMONDS
    It was a thick, uncouth utterance, as though the speaker's natural brogue were assisted by the presence of a ball of yarn.
    THE INCENDIARYW. A. (WILLIAM AUGUSTINE) LEAHY
    I confided in my conscious disguise and my Irish brogue, as a rock of dependence against all accidents.
    CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN
    And she, with a flavour of delicate Irish brogue, 'Why don't ye catch opportunity by the tail, then?'
    EVAN HARRINGTON, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
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