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phra·se·ol·o·gy / ˌfrāzēˈäləjē/ • n. (pl. -gies) a mode of expression, esp. one characteristic of a particular speaker or writer: legal phraseology. DERIVATIVES: phra·se·o·log·i·cal / -zēəˈläjikəl/ adj.

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PHRASEOLOGY. [Stress: ‘fray-ze-OL-o-jy’]. A way of expressing oneself; the way in which WORDS and PHRASES are used, especially by particular individuals or groups: confused phraseology, legal phraseology.

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Phraseology

a collection or handbook of the phrases or idioms of a language, 1558.