dialect

[ dahy-uh-lekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dialect

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No; nor is the dialect of speech: both are characteristic and national distinctions.

Not only did his dialect differ from those about him, but his habits were not those of a woodsman.

Phoebe in her earnestness forgot to keep within the limitations of their dialect.

You know not how much you please me, that I can talk to you in this dialect.

He prided himself on being able to speak the broadest of the dialect.

All dialect and "baby talk" has been left as in the original.

Maddalena turned to the two women and spoke to them loudly in dialect.

Then the word difficult or hard is explained to mean 'evil' in the Cean dialect.

Let us ask Prodicus, for he ought to be able to answer questions about the dialect of Simonides.

Have I not bidden you leave the vulgarities of dialect to the vulgar?

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