word[ wurd ]SEE DEFINITION OF word
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WORD
Now don't breathe a word of this, but there's a big deal on in Consolidated Copper.
Was the gentleman” (he chose that word as he looked at the boys) “layman or clerk?
I have no evidence, except your word, that any such letter has been received.
Thoroughbred is the word for her, style and action, as the horse people say, perfect.
That's all gossip, you know; not a word of truth in it, and it's been very annoying to us both.
I haven't been irrational, I give you my word, not once since I came here.
It will not even be a regular history in the accepted sense of the word.
"Those who know me don't generally doubt my word," said Robert, coldly.
The offer was thankfully accepted, and the generous merchant was as good as his word.
Maybe he museth, but he had scarce a word to say for himself.