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Sentence count:120+4 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: accentartistic styledialectidiomatic expressionparlancephrasal idiomphraseset phraseSimilar words: idiotidioticinvidiousinsidiousidiopathicfastidiousidiosyncrasyfastidiouslyMeaning: ['ɪdɪəm]  n. 1. a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language 2. the usage or vocabulary that is characteristic of a specific group of people 3. the style of a particular artist or school or movement 4. an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up. 
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1. It was an old building in the local idiom.
2. I like the idiom of modern popular music.
3. This expression is against idiom.
4. Both operas are very much in the modern idiom.
5. What word does this idiom come under?
6. To be 'hard up' is an English idiom.
7. Never too Old to Learn is an idiom.
8. The idiom was overworn by my family.
9. Coursework and examination questions are an idiom in themselves.
10. We are back again with the school textbook idiom.
11. This idiom encourages the very bad habit of believing that life is going to be as neatly packaged as a school textbook.
12. Oakeshott does not, however[Sentencedict], adopt the Hobbesian idiom of social contract.
13. The variety underlying the superficial similarity of idiom is enormous, even within the work of a single composer.
14. Johnson defends his activities in the vulgar idiom characteristic of him.
15. He evidently found the new idiom interestingly problematic, but not attractive enough to compel his full attention.
16. Feminist concerns would be articulated in any idiom deemed appropriate.
17. Translated into today's idiom, the more that local government can rely upon its own tax base, the better.
18. To "have bitten off more than you can chew" is an idiom that means you have tried to do something which is too difficult for you.
19. McCartney was also keen to write in a classical idiom, rather than a pop one.
20. the bare minimum. Naked can be used to talk about strong feelings that are not hidden:naked fear. Note also the idiom: to/with the naked eye.
21. It is no easy thing to get at the meaning of every idiom in English.
22. 'Let the cat out of the bag' is an idiom meaning to tell a secret by mistake.
23. They speak an extraordinarily complex language rich in vocabulary, idiom, and proverbial expression.
24. Nor do his choral forces always suggest that they are home in the idiom.
25. "To be on top of the world" is an idiom that means to be very happy.
26. He favours female vocalists, slow tempos, lush arrangements of tuneful melodies in the jazz-soul idiom.
27. She manages her customers expertly, often through a bantering kind of flirtation, the chief idiom of the night.
28. It takes on something of the character of an idiom.
29. Often the furore stemmed from audiences' unease at being plugged into a musical idiom shorn of familiar signposts.
30. This piece also illustrates profoundly important innovations of musical idiom.
More similar words: idiotidioticinvidiousinsidiousidiopathicfastidiousidiosyncrasyfastidiouslyidiosyncraticbiomeaxiombiomassaxiomaticaudioodiousstudiotediousmediocrestudiousmelodiousaudiologygladiolusaccordionhidingacidiccompendiousmediocrityincommodiousabidingavidity
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