Definition of String of words

1. Noun. A linear sequence of words as spoken or written.

Exact synonyms: Linguistic String, Word String
Generic synonyms: Language, Linguistic Communication, String
Specialized synonyms: Sentence, Syntagm, Syntagma



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Lexicographical Neighbors of String Of Words

string band
string bands
string bean
string beans
string cheese
string course
string distance
string distances
string ensemble
string hoppers
string instrument
string instruments
string line
string of beads
string of words (current term)
string orchestra
string orchestras
string out
string quartet
string quartets
string quartette
string section
string sedge
string sedges
string someone along
string theoretic
string theories
string theory
string tie

Literary usage of String of words

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1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1891)
"... gives a far better idea of its character and beautiful design than any mere string of words. The arms on the three shields above the embattled top of ..."

2. The Paradise Lost by John Milton (1851)
"... nothing more completely destroys the charm of poetry, than a string of words which the custom of ordinary discourse has arranged in so invariable an ..."

3. The Paradise Lost by John Milton (1850)
"On the other hand, nothing more completely destroys the charm of poetry, than a string of words which the custom of ordinary discourse has arranged in so ..."

4. Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind by Dugald Stewart (1866)
"On the other hand, nothing more completely destroys the charm of poetry, than a string of words which the custom of ordinary discourse has arranged in so ..."

5. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1802)
"... and surest mode of increasing that knowlege is, not by committing a string of words to memory, but by gradual reading, and translating into Latin. ..."

6. Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind by Dugald Stewart (1821)
"On the other hand, nothing more completely destroys the charm of poetry, than a string of words which the custom of ordinary discourse has arranged in so ..."

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