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language (part of speech: noun)
- But this answer is too full of deuteronomic phrasing for the whole of it to be the ProphetÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ s; if any of it is genuine this can only be part of the obviously expanded opening, 21, 22a. - "Jeremiah", George Adam Smith.
- Barbara did not answer immediately, and Steve thought that she was phrasing her own reply. - "Then I'll Come Back to You", Larry Evans.
- Jimmy's mind was phrasing words to describe the scene. - "Death Points a Finger", Will Levinrew.