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Synonyms for hyphen

a punctuation mark (-) used between parts of a compound word or between the syllables of a word when the word is divided at the end of a line of text


divide or connect with a hyphen


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For such a small and inconspicuous character, the hyphen causes a disproportionate amount of trouble.
He is the 887th individual Classic winner and only the 12th with a hyphen, placing him among the most select of groupings.
In this latest move, Hyphen will immediately make both BuildPro and SupplyPro available to current users of Pharaoh's software.
MOR likewise raised no concerns regarding a hyphen when the Company was given possession of Joy-Lud's corporate documents in 2003, and was thereby categorically aware of the correct name of Mr.
This prompted them to re-release Mercury with two new features - a hyphen in the name on the cover and a special edition disc of remixed tracks from the album.
Same problem with writing about a little-known man, which without a hyphen, would call to mind Tom Thumb.
As for the hyphen, I believe it appears when the tide goes out and disappears when it comes back in
Meet Purdue quarterback Drew Brees, our choice for college football's Hyphen Trophy.
With the help of technology developed by industry-leading solutions provider Hyphen Solutions, Ltd.
21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The leading cloud-based construction management software company, Hyphen Solutions, announces the renewal of their partnership with Constellation Homebuilder Systems.
Smart Hyphen introduces the intelligent syllable technology of the TALO(TM) language modules.
Place a hyphen in front of a word you want to screen out.
Use hyphens as a last resort as people may forget to type in the hyphen and not reach your site.
5 million Air Canada Championship, he had to inform tour officials that there was a hyphen in his last name.
Design creation for globally recognized brands means Hyphen usually has to push innovation to its limits in a short timeframe.