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Synonyms for say

Synonyms for say

to produce or make (speech sounds)

to put into words positively and with conviction

the right or chance to express an opinion or participate in a decision

Synonyms for say

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Say, I reckon your father's poor, and I'm bound to say he's in pretty hard luck.
Old Uncle Silas he peeled off one of his bulliest old-time blessings, with as many layers to it as an onion, and whilst the angels was hauling in the slack of it I was trying to study up what to say about what kept us so long.
Winthrop, if you'll bring me any proof as I'm in the wrong, I'm not the man to say I won't alter.
As for you, Benjamin Gunn,' says they, 'here's a musket,' they says, 'and a spade, and pick-axe.
They called me Teresa at my baptism, a plain, simple name, without any additions or tags or fringes of Dons or Donas; Cascajo was my father's name, and as I am your wife, I am called Teresa Panza, though by right I ought to he called Teresa Cascajo; but 'kings go where laws like,' and I am content with this name without having the 'Don' put on top of it to make it so heavy that I cannot carry it; and I don't want to make people talk about me when they see me go dressed like a countess or governor's wife; for they will say at once, 'See what airs the slut gives herself
I am almost ashamed to confess the truth, but I must say that there is hardly a person present who would not have talked better about their poetry than they did themselves.
SOCRATES: Then, my friend, we must not regard what the many say of us: but what he, the one man who has understanding of just and unjust, will say, and what the truth will say.
Let me infarm you, Mounseer Maiter-di-dauns," said I, as purlite as iver ye seed, "that it's not the gintaal thing at all at all, and not for the likes o' you inny how, to be afther the oggling and a goggling at her leddyship in that fashion," and jist wid that such another squaze as it was I giv'd her flipper, all as much as to say, "isn't it Sir Pathrick now, my jewel, that'll be able to the proticting o' you, my darlint?
Jack," he says to me, "this is my old pal, Mr Jerry Moore, wot I met in 'appier days down at Ramsgate one summer.
They wouldn't have nothink to say to me if I wos to go to a nice innocent place fur to live.
Maybe she's not the woman you think her,' I say, crushed.
Maybe she make fun, too, so I say, 'Let me see thousand dollars.
People who have to look after twins can't be expected to say their prayers.
Dad looked pretty sober, and he says, says he, 'What have you been up to, Peter?
SOCRATES: Not only that, my dear boy, but you may say further that I have never known of any one else who did, in my judgment.