parlance

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choice of words and the way in which they are used

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a manner of speaking that is natural to native speakers of a language

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In that time he colored the parlance of the English-speaking race, and formed upon himself every minor talent attempting fiction.
It was a case, in the parlance of thieves and police, of "rail-roading.
For such destruction of property innocent men were frequently punished-- "railroaded" in the parlance of the times.
The Doctor again assumed his air of resolution, and, without further parlance, proceeded to do as desired.
In vulgar parlance the condiments of a repast are called by the American "a relish," substituting the thing for its effect.