Phra`se*ol"o*gy (?), n. [Gr. , , phrase + -logy: cf. F. phras'eologie.]

1.

Manner of expression; peculiarity of diction; style.

Most completely national in his . . . phraseology. I. Taylor.

2.

A collection of phrases; a phrase book.

[R.]

Syn. -- Diction; style. See Diction.

 

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