Definition of Phrasings

1. Noun. (plural of phrasing) ¹



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Definition of Phrasings

1. phrasing [n] - See also: phrasing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phrasings

phrasemongering
phrasemongers
phraseogram
phraseograms
phraseological
phraseologies
phraseologist
phraseologists
phraseology
phraser
phrasers
phrases
phrasier
phrasiest
phrasing
phrasings (current term)
phrasy
phratral
phratric
phratries
phratry
phreak
phreaked
phreaker
phreakers
phreaking
phreakings
phreaks
phreatic
phreatomagmatic

Literary usage of Phrasings

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1. A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law: Including the by John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"Constitutional and Statutory phrasings, etc. [Note 3 ; add:} Eng. St. 1904, 4 Edw. VII, c. 15, § 12 (cruelty to children; quoted ante, § 488). S. v. ..."

2. Musical Interpretation, Its Laws and Principles, and Their Application in by Tobias Matthay (1913)
"... breaks between the phrasings clearly, one must play them clearly. I have repeated passages to artist-pupils and concert- players, pedalled precisely as ..."

3. Aristotle and the Christian Church by Patrick Francis] [Mullary (1888)
"Hard indeed would it be to preserve unchanged doctrine first passing out of the original Greek through the phrasings of a Syrian mind; thence transferred to ..."

4. A Treatise on the Law of Evidence by Simon Greenleaf (1899)
"101 ; Dame v. Kenney, 25 NH320 ; State». Laxton, 76 NC 216 ; Pleasant v. State, 15 Ark. 624, 653.] » [The following rulings deal with a variety of phrasings ..."

5. A Supplement to A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law by John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"[Note П ; add:] In various phrasings of law as to pimping by the husband (living on the wife's earnings as prostitute, enticing her for the purpose of ..."

6. A Pocket Code of the Rules of Evidence in Trials at Law by John Henry Wigmore (1910)
"The first bracket«! clause above is novel, but attempts to reconcile and improve the current phrasings. 1 But where the last form in Par. (a) is in vogue, ..."

7. Editorials and Editorial-writing by Robert Wilson Neal (1921)
"Does it employ hackneyed expressions, or is it fresh and vital in vocabulary and phrasings? 36. Are there adjectives or adverbs that can be struck out ..."

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