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The idioms of his boyhood days still slipped out of his mouth.

It is, however, very difficult to acquire the idioms of the natives.

Mr. Johnson's argument was not the less stringent because his idioms were vulgar.

His studies were based mainly on the development of the various Malayan idioms.

It is Gaelic, but it is full of Spanish idioms and terminations.

Nine-tenths of the idioms are not understood by the audience—and that is always most attractive!

The idioms of one language cannot be preserved in a translation.

But he was speaking in Spanish and he was not altogether at home in the idioms of the language.

Then, as now, the Jews adopted with facility the idioms of the countries they inhabited.

In the Scandinavian idioms the plant bears the name of foxes' bells.