VIDEO FOR HYPHENATED
How To Know If A Term Is One Word Or Two Words
English loves to take existing words and smash them together so they act as one unit. This is called compounding. But how do you know if a word is one word or two?
OTHER WORDS FROM hyphenatedun·hy·phen·at·ed, adjective
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How to use hyphenated in a sentence
However, the owners of hyphenated names should be tolerant when it comes to mixing up the order or leaving out parts.Miss Manners: The coded language of flowers is mostly forgotten|Judith Martin, Nicholas Martin, Jacobina Martin|November 6, 2020|Washington Post
If it’s not in there, pick which form—closed, hyphenated, or open—you think most clearly communicates what you are trying to say.
Theirs is the journey that cleared the path for me and the millions of successful, educated, hyphenated-Indian women like me.
Focused on the Indian need for appearances, she de-hyphenated her visit from Pakistan and bracketed it with ASEAN.
Trevor says that if he is to be hyphenated, he prefers Protestant-Irish to Anglo-Irish.
Obama presented himself as an American individual first, not, as Teddy Roosevelt would say, "a hyphenated American."
Most of the literary work of these two men was done jointly, hence their hyphenated signature.Contes Franais|Douglas Labaree Buffum
The word withdraw or withdraw was inconsistently hyphenated; it was left as printed, and line-end hyphens were retained.The Earliest Arithmetics in English|Anonymous
The following words occur with equal frequency in both the hyphenated and unhyphenated forms.Flight From Tomorrow|Henry Beam Piper
This text contains inconsistencies in spelling, accented characters and hyphenated words.Voyage of H.M.S. Pandora|Edward Edwards
Those compound words which are hyphenated only on line breaks are rendered using modern usage.The Sea Shore|William S. Furneaux