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terming

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Finally, in the spring of 1947, Holtsman dropped Spitz as an agent, terming him a security risk.

Tea Party enthusiasts, in terming their movement “The Second American Revolution,” might do well to check their history books.

He thanked the Arab League for their vote, terming it “a first and important step and a basis for an international decision.”

To the best of his recollection he has never at any time met any person terming herself Diana Vaughan.

Indeed there is no substantial objection to terming any sort of government made by a constitution or agreement federal.

He cannot suppress his contempt of the delusion or hypocrisy of our ancestors in terming themselves republicans.

It is very hard to define this feeling more precisely than by terming it a rudimentary sense of personal importance.

I am unwilling to adopt this language; but I cannot forbear terming the Report uncandid and unjust.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to terming, such as: calling, characterizing, denominating, distinguishing, indicating, and naming.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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