3] suggests that warm in connection with clothing calls forth the idea, connotation
, of bulkiness.
The most common reasons for people saying that they work in finance rather than accounting have to do with the positive connotations
that respondents have of finance and the negative connotations
they have of accounting:
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I begin by explaining how a word's connotation
is developed through real and vicarious experiences of the word's referent and the associations linked to it.
Then there are the names that carry negative connotations
or prove embarrassing.
It mentions layers of meaning, connotation
, denotation, Christological meaning, and Christian anthropology.
Isn't it funny that my connotation
of abnormal is that it is not OK?
He admits, however, that he didn't think of the adultmovie connotation
Louis Toodle-oo," "Black Beauty," and "Mood Indigo"--great examples of "jungle music" that make clear why the term jazz once had an overtly sexual connotation
The term instantly grabs the attention of males ages 18-48, who are well versed with the connotation
of the expression and yet will receive a completely fresh and stimulating experience of the "hot mom" icon.
I think the connotation
of what I was trying to describe was taken out of context.
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Affordable housing has unfortunately a certain negative connotation
asap, pronounced "a-s-a-p," carries the connotation
of "as soon as possible" and is a play on the initials "AP.
Using playing-card figures in place of funerary inscriptions, Vercruysse reinforces the sense and connotation
of heraldic insignia.