Locution

Lo¬∑cu'tion (lo*kū'shŭn) noun [ Latin locutio , from loqui to speak: confer French locution . ] Speech or discourse; a phrase; a form or mode of expression. ' Stumbling locutions .' G. Eliot. « I hate these figures in locution , These abou...
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Locution

• (n.) Speech or discourse; a phrase; a form or mode of expression.
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locution

locution 1. A phrase or expression typically used by a group of people. 2. A particular word, phrase, or expression; especially, one that is used by a particular person or group. 3. Style of speaking; phraseology; the way in which someone speaks. Cross references of word families related direc...
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Locution

[paranormal] Locution (from Latin locutio, -onis a `speaking` < loqui `speak`) is a paranormal phenomenon or supernatural revelation where a religious figure, statue or icon speaks, usually to a saint. Phenomena of locutions are described in the lives of Christian saints such as Saint Mary of Egypt (5th century), who heard the locution from...
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Locution

Refers to the utterance of a statement.
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locution

a word or phrase that people use in particular situations
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locution

a word or phrase that people use in particular situations
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