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Dictionary, Encyclopedia and Thesaurus - The Free Dictionary

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Reported Speech (Indirect Speech)

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Dictionary / Thesaurus

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Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Translations

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  • Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Translations. The main source of TheFreeDictionary's general English dictionary is Houghton Mifflin's premier dictionary, the American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.This authoritative work is the largest of the American Heritage® dictionaries and contains over 200,000 boldface terms and more than 33,000 written examples.
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Reported Speech (Indirect Speech)

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  • Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Translations. The main source of TheFreeDictionary's general English dictionary is Houghton Mifflin's premier dictionary, the American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.This authoritative work is the largest of the American Heritage® dictionaries and contains over 200,000 boldface terms and more than 33,000 written examples.
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Clamorous

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Dictionary / Thesaurus

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Medical Dictionary

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Of - definition of of by The Free Dictionary

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  • Our Living Language Some speakers of vernacular English varieties, particularly in isolated or mountainous regions of the Southern United States, use phrases such as of a night or of an evening in place of at night or in the evening, as in We'd go hunting of an evening. This of construction is used only when referring to a repeated action, where Standard English uses nights, evenings, and the ...
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  • Pleasing myself with the idea that the supposition might in part arise out of some ingenuity in the story, and thinking it worth while, in the interests of art, to hint to an audience that an artist (of whatever denomination) may perhaps be trusted to know what he is about in his vocation, if they will concede him a little patience, I was not alarmed by the anticipation.
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That - definition of that by The Free Dictionary

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  • Usage Note: The standard rule requires that that should be used only to introduce a restrictive (or defining) relative clause, which identifies the entity being talked about; in this use it should never be preceded by a comma. Thus, in the sentence The house that Jack built has been torn down, the clause that Jack built is a restrictive clause identifying the specific house that was torn down.
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And - definition of and by The Free Dictionary

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  • However, you use and when you are talking about the possibility of two actions happening at the same time. For example, you say 'I can't think and talk at the same time'. You also use and if two noun phrases occur so frequently together that they are regarded as a single item. For example, knife and fork are always joined by and even in negative sentences such as 'I haven't got my knife and fork'.
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