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    Examples of words in a Sentence

  • 例句 word
    1. (for the purpose of emphasis) Inversion takes place in the sentence 'Never have I done that.' — 'have', the predicate, is before 'I', the subject, due to 'never' being the first word of the sentence.
    2. Ned was a horrible jabberer about Star Trek; I could hardly get a word in edgewise around his incomprehensible techno-babble.
    3. The word “callipygous” is something of a jawbreaker.
    4. usage note: Usually the noun is part of a noun phrase explicitly denoting the particular speciality, such as a "compiler jock" or a "systems jock". Usage of the word alone with this meaning is rare.
    5. to keep silence;  to keep one's word;  to keep possession
    6. It is assumed herein that each block includes 32 bytes, each sector includes 1 kilobyte, the buffer memory 116 includes 4 kilobytes, and read data is represented by one double word or 64 bits, as one word in this case consists of 32 bits.
    7. The moment had come for the honeyed word. I lowered my voice to a confidential murmur, but on her inquiring if I had laryngitis raised it again.
    8. Bill and Hillary Clinton spent last Monday together at Camp David, celebrating their 24th wedding anniversary. [ … ] No word as of yet on what gifts the couple exchanged, but it's a good bet he did not receive a Lewinsky.
  • 例句 words
    1. The nonitalicized words were seen as less important.
    2. He wrote a polite retraction, as an apology of sorts for his harsh words. ‎
    3. Her words made a lasting impression on my mind.
    4. In the Semitic languages, paragogic letters are added to the ordinary forms of words to express additional emphasis or a change in the meaning.
    5. When we examine common words, we find that, broadly speaking, proper names stand for particulars, while other substantives, adjectives, prepositions, and verbs stand for universals.
    6. Those words did but awaken within me when I was peaceless in the night.
    7. precatory words in a will
    8. If he forgets his words I will prompt him.
    9. The American Dialect Society and similar organizations exist to identify protologistic words and track their development.
  • 例句 worded
    1. Her plain-Jane appearance lulled the Secret Service representatives for a while but it wasn't long before she out f-worded them and became the assertive one in this space chase, [ …]
  • 例句 wording
    1. He was able to write out the speeches of Hamlet, letter perfect. It was impressive to see how exactly he knew the wording.
    2. The wording of the legislation was somewhat open-ended in that it authorized not only the Bertillon signaletic system, but also "any measurements, processes or operations sanctioned by the Governor in Council having the like object in view."
    3. The wording of the ballot paper loaded the vote in favour of the Conservative candidate.
    4. The behavioral expression of pedophilic disorder often involves nonconsenting victims, since prepubescent children cannot legally give consent to sexual activity. However, the diagnostic criteria for pedophilic disorder have retained their DSM-IV-TR wording and thus differ from the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for the other paraphilic disorders involving nonconsenting victims.
相关连结:
  1. en wordship
  2. en wordsman
  3. en wordsmen
  4. en wordstock
  5. en wordsmith
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