Origin of paraphrase
synonym study for paraphrase
OTHER WORDS FROM paraphrasepar·a·phras·a·ble, adjectivepar·a·phras·er, nounmis·par·a·phrase, verb, mis·par·a·phrased, mis·par·a·phras·ing.un·par·a·phrased, adjective
How to use paraphrase in a sentence
This same outlet worked the phrase “engagement to toyboy lover” into the headline of their article on Fry.Freaking Out About Age Gaps in Gay Relationships Is Homophobic|Samantha Allen|January 9, 2015|DAILY BEAST
In 2007, Huckabee said he stood by these earlier remarks, but would phrase them differently.
I admit, I chuckled when I read the phrase “boomtown effects” in the New York report.
But the phrase “made it” does not properly describe Pomplamoose.
Interpreted more broadly, the phrase loses meaning: what constitutes the necessary threshold of realism?
No one ever argued with Levison; all understood that this particular phrase was final.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
He was guilty of the weakness of taking refuge in what is called, I believe, in legal phrase, a side-issue.Confidence|Henry James
It seeks the shortest phrase or sentence and adds successively all the modifiers, making no omissions.
Even if this colour scheme will not work, there is still a justification for the Asquithian phrase.
Here the “c” is hard and represents 7, and as the steamboat could easily outrun the “scow,” the phrase is easily remembered.
British Dictionary definitions for paraphrase
Derived forms of paraphraseparaphrastic (ˌpærəˈfræstɪk), adjective
Word Origin for paraphrase
Cultural definitions for paraphrase
A restatement of speech or writing that retains the basic meaning while changing the words. A paraphrase often clarifies the original statement by putting it into words that are more easily understood.