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word in English

  • word expr. be as good as one's word, to keep one's promise.
    Ex. To be as good as my word, I bade Will to get me a rod (Samuel Pepys).

  • word expr. beyond words, incapable of being expressed; indescribable; unutterable.
    Ex. grief beyond words. Her kindness is beyond words.

  • word expr. by word of mouth, by spoken words; orally.
    Ex. He would rather tell him of this by word of mouth than by letter (D. D. Murray).

  • word expr. eat one's words, to take back what one has said; retract.
    Ex. The pretence that prices need not go up would ... compel some Ministers to eat their words once it became clear that prices had in fact moved (Manchester Guardian Weekly).

  • word expr. from the word go, (Slang.) from the very beginning.
    Ex. The whole thing prospered from the word go (Maclean's).

  • word expr. in a word, briefly.
    Ex. Man, in a word, is dependent on that which lies outside himself (Brooke F. Westcott).

  • word expr. in so many words, literally; in precisely that number of words; in those very words.
    Ex. The Lord Mayor had threatened in so many words to pull down the old London Bridge (Dickens).

  • word expr. mince words, to avoid coming to the point, telling the truth, or taking a stand by using ambiguous or evasive words.
    Ex. The teacher did not mince words in criticizing homework.

  • word expr. my word! an expression of surprise.
    Ex. My word! ... that something like a mob (Rolf Boldrewood).

  • word expr. not breathe a word, not to tell anything; keep something silent or confidential.
    Ex. Promise not to breathe a word of this to anyone.

  • word expr. of few words, not given to much or lengthy speaking; taciturn; laconic.
    Ex. Mr. Dubbley, who was a man of few words, nodded assent (Dickens).

  • word expr. of many words, given to much or lengthy speaking; talkative; loquacious.
    Ex. Not being a man of many words, [he] contented himself by stammering something about honour (R. S. Surtees).

  • word expr. on my word, truly; assuredly; upon my word.
    Ex. ""I assure you, Major Scobie, on my word-- ... on my word as a friend, the package contains nothing"" (Graham Greene).

  • word expr. put in a (good) word for, to say something on behalf of; recommend to the favor of another or others.
    Ex. I would also like to put in a good word for the catering, this coming as a pleasant surprise to me (Colin Howard).

  • word expr. put words into one's mouth, to change the meaning of or add to what someone is saying.
    Ex. That is not all what I meant to say; please don't put words into my mouth.

  • word expr. take one at one's word, to take one's words seriously and act accordingly.
    Ex. He started out with a confession that he knew nothing about it, and, confessing so much, I take it that the Senate will take him at his word (New Yorker).

  • word expr. take one's word (for it), to believe one.
    Ex. Take my word for it, there is nothing in it (Sir Richard Steele).

  • word expr. take the words out of one's mouth, to anticipate what another was just going to say.
    Ex. That's just what I had in mind; you took the words out of my mouth.

  • word expr. the last word. See under last word.

  • word expr. the Word,
    a. the Bible; the Scriptures or a part of them.
    Ex. Read us a chapter out of the Bible. I am very low in my mind, and at such times I like to hear the word (Henry Kingsley).
    b. the message of the gospel.
    Ex. to s

  • word expr. upon my word, truly; certainly; indeed.
    Ex. Upon my word, I think the truth is the hardest missile one can be pelted with (George Eliot).

  • word expr. word for word, in the exact words.
    Ex. to repeat something word for word.

  • word expr. words,
    a. angry talk; quarrel; dispute.
    Ex. to have words with a person. I had sharp words with him.
    b. the text of a song as distinguished from the notes; lyrics.
    Ex. To the selfsame tune and words (Shakespeare).

  • word noun 1. a sound or a group of sounds that has meaning and is an independent unit of speech; vocable.
    Ex. We speak words when we talk. A free form which is not a phrase is a word. A word, then, is a free form which does not consist entirely of ... l

  • word v.t. to put into or express in words; phrase.
    Ex. He worded his message clearly.

  • word word, noun, verb.

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