And look at how mild her phrasing was: The South “has not always been the friendliest place” for black people.
“That phrasing was very clumsy and poorly expresses my thoughts,” she explained.
Under Chinese law, the phrasing is the closest equivalent to "being released on bail."
This is a more diplomatic way of phrasing my first post-election suggestion: "Insult fewer people next time."
Gaga is especially convincing at slower tempos, and this is where weaknesses in phrasing are typically most exposed.
Hubay is a splendid builder of virtuosity, and has a fine sense for phrasing.
For Bathsheba's phrasing of life was in the monosyllables of a rigid faith.
On the other hand, a bare excess of phrasing distorted him to a likeness of Mascarille playing Marquis.
The phrasing of the paragraph is awkward, but the main drift is clear.
The phrasing of the edict was ambiguous, as Madison indicated.
1520s, "manner or style of expression," also "group of words with some unity," from Late Latin phrasis "diction," from Greek phrasis "speech, way of speaking, enunciation, phraseology," from phrazein "to express, tell," from phrazesthai "to consider," from PIE *gwhren- "to think" (see frenetic). The musical sense of "short passage" is from 1789.
"to put into a phrase," 1560s; see phrase (n.). Related: Phrased; phrasing.