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Origin of idiomatic
Examples from the Web for idiomatic
Full-time residents, who call themselves Yoopers, use the same name to refer to their idiomatic English.Welcome to Yooperland, A Little Slice of Finland in Michigan|Jane & Michael Stern|May 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the meantime, she continues to speak with idiomatic brusqueness.
“There was no absolute word in the Russian idiomatic language,” he said.
It is unfortunate that one so profound in Pophamistic lore should not express his ideas in clear and idiomatic English.The Popham Colony|William Frederick Poole
His idiomatic lust for control is to be accepted as a root-fact of his peculiar type of being.Blood and Iron|John Hubert Greusel
In ‘Henry V’ the dialogue in many scenes is carried on in French, which is grammatically accurate if not idiomatic.A Life of William Shakespeare|Sidney Lee
Idiomatic; root unknown to me, but it means in this use, fall total, and without recovery.On the Old Road, Vol. 2 (of 2)|John Ruskin
This pretty dance, with its idiomatic English, which comes to us from the extreme South, is obviously not modern.