mode[ mohd ]SEE DEFINITION OF mode
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MODE
He himself, she learned, had taken no steps to free himself from his present mode of life.
We were delighted at a change in our mode of traveling and living.
Humility, like the artistic, acceptance of all experiences, is merely a mode of manifestation.
To the artist, expression is the only mode under which he can conceive life at all.
His collar was low for the mode, his gloveless hands were red.
I knew that it was I myself, and not my mode of life, that bewildered her.
It is obvious that a great deal depends on the mode of suspension.
Hansen made use of the mode of suspension exhibited in Fig. 3.
All are full of the momentum which they have caught from their mode of conveyance.
Then you will not object to any mode of payment I shall propose.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MODE
- how it goes
- how things are
- how things stack up
- lay of the land
- like it is
- size of it
- state of affairs
- status quo
- way things are
- way things shape up
- where it's at
- established way
- matter of course
- second nature
- unwritten law
- unwritten rule