First Known Use of word-for-word
Examples of word for word in a Sentence
you don't have to record the professor's comments word for word in your notes
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Meaning was, word for word, expressed through not only her exacting vocal inflection and her precise facial expression, but even the slightest movement of her hands.
What works in the oral format often doesn’t in the written, and worse, because these pieces were never meant to appear together, the same insights and arguments are repeated throughout, many times nearly word for word.
In his book, Wolff describes an increasingly erratic president whose habit of repeating the same anecdotes, word for word, every 30 minutes is now down to every 10 minutes, according to staff accounts.
That means taking close to two million image files and transcribing word for word all of the other data.
After a few minutes of throat-clearing about his feats on behalf of the American worker, Trump reiterated, almost word for word, his language from the weekend.
These speeches weren't the same word for word, but Trump organization speech writer Meredith McIver has admitted to using material from someone else's speech in another instance.
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