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  • n. Plural form of phraseology.

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Examples

  • However, name-calling by using marginalization phraseologies might be more likely to be judged ‘nasty’ than a Dano comment tactic.

    Reply to Science « Climate Audit

  • There are, however, two peculiar phraseologies in it which might suggest the work of another hand.

    A Record of Buddhistic Kingdoms

  • A tremendous wave of thought, expressed in millions of variant phraseologies, made the wish of the Lensmen very clear indeed.

    Children of the Lens

  • The same arts and allegories, the same phraseologies and philosophies, which appear first as proofs of heathen health turn up later as proofs of Christian corruption.

    The New Jerusalem

  • Next I addressed him by turns in the phraseologies of Misters BLACK,

    Baboo Jabberjee, B.A.

  • I am not a student or professor of glottology, contenting myself with being able to speak one or two languages without troubling my head over their origin, so I dare not judge upon the affinity more or less remote of the not too sweet Sakai idioms with others, but there seemed to me such a marked difference between the Malay and Sakai phraseologies that

    My Friends the Savages Notes and Observations of a Perak settler (Malay Peninsula)

  • And yet, while very free in manifesting his small respect for the "logicking" by syllogistic processes which had been the pride of the theological chair and even the pulpit in America, and while declining the use of current phraseologies even for the expression of current ideas, he held himself loyally subject to the canon of the

    A History of American Christianity

  • Shall we do it by gentle arguments, conciliatory compromises, soft phraseologies, easy and good-natured laxities?

    The Punishment of Treason

  • But whenever I have given utterance unto them, as my heart hath often prompted me with beatings at the breast, my hearers seemed to bear toward me more true and kindly affection than my richest fancies and choicest phraseologies could purchase.

    Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare, Euseby Treen, Joseph Carnaby, and Silas Gough, Clerk

  • And yet, while very free in manifesting his small respect for the “logicking” by syllogistic processes which had been the pride of the theological chair and even the pulpit in America, and while declining the use of current phraseologies even for the expression of current ideas, he held himself loyally subject to the canon of the Scriptures as his rule of faith, and deferential to the voice of the church catholic as uttered in the concord of testimony of holy men in all ages.

    A History of American Christianity

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