Indeed, the whole language of the magnetic field and 'lines of force' is Faraday's.
Us, in a tete-a-tete, is the most traitorous word in the whole language.
He shed many tears, and his whole language seemed to consist of moans and unintelligible sounds.
It is for parliaments, not for town-councils, that the whole language is fitted.
The whole language is to be changed; every man of us is to be sixteen-stringed Jack and every woman sixteen-stringed Jill.
Eighty-four characters express the whole language, but will express no other Indian language.
Nothing could be more friendly and warm than his whole language and demeanour.
Also, every syllable ends with a vowel, the consequence being that there are only five rhymes in the whole language.
This substitution, at first dialectical, gradually spread to the whole language.
That he was born a Dane his whole language implies; it is full of a glow of aggressive patriotism.
a philosophy of reading and writing instruction that emphasizes interpreting meaning from the context of everyday literature
Whole language is considered the opposite of the phonics method.