from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The work of a smith; the forging of metal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or art of working or forging metals, as iron, into any desired shape.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as smithery, 2.
Take your word smithing and semantics and stick 'em where the sun don't shine.
The political maneuverings of HRC and BHO cannot hold a candle, not even close to the political manipulation and word smithing of all the media houses.
In writing, sometimes it's more important what you don't say: good word smithing phrase imagery can be relied upon to resonate meaning.
PubliusFL: If it were tortious word smithing, at least someone would presumably have standing to sue the justices who exhibited such bad faith.
If it were tortious word smithing, at least someone would presumably have standing to sue the justices who exhibited such bad faith.
Econ_Scott: but not those of tortuous word smithing
Man, stupid word smithing, then again, its not hard to confuse me, shiny things excel at that.
They have repeatedly failed and try to cover that failure with cutesy word smithing and attempts to mislead americans.
SCHULTZ: Well, don't get caught up on word smithing by the conservatives, Anderson.
Instead of a clunky, abstract system where you get “+5 to harvesting” or “+10 to sword smithing”, representations of ore or sword pieces can get moved around the screen, showing the player in a general sense what is going on. with the right mentality, mini-games can be even more true to the world than another approach.
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