idiom

[ id-ee-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF idiom

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IDIOM

"Your idiom is too much for him, old man," said Holden quietly.

The idiom and traditions of the ancient inhabitants were there preserved.

Barny thus sheltered his falsehood under the idiom of his language.

The occasional use of the imperfect is almost his only Gaelic idiom.

(in English idiom, 'smoking tobacco') was the unhesitating answer.

But this second idiom was no more intelligible than the first.

I am wondering in what Idiom you will one day answer my last.

They remain in the structure of the street and the idiom of the language.

He is more grateful for my report than the English idiom will express.

And he it was who attempted to learn the idiom spoken by Carefinotu.

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