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Origin of diction
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OTHER WORDS FROM dictiondic·tion·al, adjectivedic·tion·al·ly, adverb
Example sentences from the Web for diction
Civilization is a mixture of dictions and contradictions and none of us to-day is sure that we know just what it means.
Let us see whether there are any contra- dictions in the Bible.
The contra- 410 dictions and discrepancies are only apparent, and melt away before the light of faith.
This verb must be always placed at the end of the sentence, and answers to the English dictions “It is said” “They or people say”.English-Bisaya Grammar|Various
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Cultural definitions for diction
The choice of words. Diction is effective when words are appropriate to an audience. A man might refer to his car as his “wheels” in casual conversation with a friend, but if he were writing an essay for a group of economists, he would write, “People base their decision to buy an automobile on the following considerations,” not “People base their decision to buy wheels on the following considerations.”