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words
   American
   an advertisement on television
   Another way of covering up the intrusion:
    We'll have a filmed report after these words. (Bryson, 1989)

How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms. . 2014.

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  • words — words; words·man·ship; words·worth·ian; words·worth·ian·ism; …   English syllables

  • Words — puede referirse a: Words, álbum de F. R. David; Words , canción de F. R. David. Véase también Word (desambiguación) The Word Esta página de desambiguación catalo …   Wikipedia Español

  • words — angry talk. → word words the text of a play, opera, or other performed piece. → word …   English new terms dictionary

  • words — index speech Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • words — Symbols indicating ideas and subject to contraction and expansion to meet the idea sought to be expressed. Such have been referred to as labels whose content and meaning are continually shifting with the times. Massachusetts Protective Ass n v.… …   Black's law dictionary

  • words — n. text 1) words to (a song) argument, discussion 2) to have words with smb. 3) to weigh ( consider carefully ) one s words 4) heated; threatening words * * * threatening words [ argument, discussion ] to have words with smb. heated to weigh (… …   Combinatory dictionary

  • words — noun 1. the words that are spoken (Freq. 55) I listened to his words very closely • Hypernyms: ↑speech, ↑speech communication, ↑spoken communication, ↑spoken language, ↑language, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • words — n. sayings, utterances; text, libretto; speech; talk (as opposed to action); dispute, argument wÉœrd /wɜːd n. unit of language with meaning; speech, talk; short conversation; utterance; order, command; news, notice; commitment, promise;… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • words — noun /wɜːdz/ An angry discussion. Words have a longer life than deeds. ndash; , Greek poet …   Wiktionary

  • WORDS — Combinatorics on Words, ed. M. Lothaire, Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications, Volume 17, Addison Wesley, 1983 (informationswissenschaftl. Veoeffentlichungen) …   Acronyms


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