language[ lang-gwij ]SEE DEFINITION OF language
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LANGUAGE
All who listened were deeply impressed by language so mysterious.
It would be a solecism in language to say that any portion of these is not included in the whole.
Having grasped a principle, we phrase it in the language of our time.
This is the language of passionate exaggeration, one might say.
The third act is "spoiled, by the characteristic Shakespearean language."
Could the master of language find no better word than the contemptuous one?
There was nothing to be done but, in policeman's language, 'move on.'
"Yes, I will;" for he could say that in the language in which the landlady spoke.
The language, the style, the tone of the correspondence is the same.
The Kavirondo, his eyes rolling, shot forth a torrent of language.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR LANGUAGE
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