other words for locution
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The locution of which we have made use—passed to the state of—has been condemned as a neologism by M. Royer Collard.
Of course she was incapable of such a locution, and it was silly of him to have thought otherwise, even momentarily.
I am very much mistaken if the locution does not occur elsewhere in Holmes.
Their values are variable, rising and falling according to the individual and the locution.
We are likely to avoid the locution altogether and to say “Who was it you saw?”
This is "good grammar" in Gaelic, and the Irish, when they began to learn English, translated the locution literally.
He believes that the locution was "possibly imported from the southwest of Ireland."
It is of course the characteristic Scripture locution for those who in some way enjoy the special favour of God.
We are apt in England to class as an "Americanism" every unfamiliar, or too familiar, locution which we do not happen to like.
He thanked her, and took a mental note of the locution, inquiring in his turn when the rain had ceased.
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