collocation

[ kol-uh-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF collocation
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Deem not this collocation simply a burlesque on Scientific categories.

There was a fine shade of flattery in the collocation that touched the lawyer.

What could come of such a collocation of names but a life of incongruity and absurdity!

Return to textObserve the order of collocation in Genesis i: 5.

Then they are doing each other harm, at a rapid rate, by their collocation.

But the collocation of all and many is harsh, and the position of many is anomalous.

The collocation of words delighted him and inspired him to verse.

No collocation of letters could reproduce Dougal's accent, and I will not attempt it.

If it ever fails, it is in consequence of some change in that collocation.

The collocation of appetentem with occupatum in 56 is no less awkward.

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