Antonyms for phrases

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Aldonza had certainly not taught him the phrases he was so fond of repeating.

We can not permit ourselves to be narrowed and dwarfed by slogans and phrases.

The 170 lines of it are full of phrases which might be taken direct from the sonnets.

All the magical phrases in the play are phrases of jealousy, passion, and pity.

I have used many Western phrases as necessary to the Western setting.

Oh, my dear Dear, all the words and phrases have been used up before.

The man indeed at times is all upon the ecstatic; one of his phrases.

I uttered one of the phrases which everybody must have ready for such an occasion.

He allows nothing in his opinions and phrases but what is orthodox.

But he was too sincere to satisfy himself with formulas and phrases.