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Synonyms for write

record

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correspond

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write something or someone off

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write something off: wreck

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write something off: cancel

Synonyms for write

to form letters, characters, or words on a surface with an instrument

to form by artistic effort

to be the author of (a published work or works)

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write down: to register in or as if in a book

write down: to become or make less in price or value

Synonyms for write

have (one's written work) issued for publication

communicate (with) in writing

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communicate by letter

record data on a computer

write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word)

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create code, write a computer program

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In my head when I write, it's like the continuous flow of words form a sort of song.
If the first capital of the United States was Portland, Oregon, write Q in space 9.
The same thing happened in graduate school, when I tried to write a novel about a gay white playwright.
My other trick is to write several articles in parallel.
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Instead, you have many writers who write a very powerfully Catholic book and then move on.
I write about those books being lost throughout the history of China.
Do not write, "It is my opinion that John Doe committed fraud." Opposing counsel could have a field day with such language, since your job as a fraud examiner is to gather the information and let someone else draw conclusions.
The first refers to "the use of a writing system or orthography by people in the conduct of their daily lives to communicate over time and space." (35) Writing, as we might paraphrase it, is what people do when they write, a less than helpful explanation.
Pennebaker writes in his landmark study of journaling and illness, Opening Up: The Healing Power of Expressing Emotions.
About 150 men and women who write about dance gathered in New York City over the weekend of July 20 to 22 for the annual Dance Critics Association Conference in an effort not only to define themselves but to discuss the changes taking place in the world of dance journalism.
Serious foreign-policy specialists who both travel regularly and write for newspapers in the tradition of Walter Lippmann are almost an endangered species.
It's an intriguing statement coming from the woman who, in her landmark 1986 guide, Writing Down the Bones, exhorted everyone to get out their notebooks and write their way to creative fulfillment.
So however harassed I feel by letters, voicemails, e-mails (I write this on the day when I am trying to clear the desk to go on sabbatical!), I must relax, and more than that, rejoice.
When teachers have an understanding of the developmental process of writing and what they might expect from their writers, they are encouraged by the mistakes or inventions children make as they write. For example, the entering first grader may initially write using random letters before beginning to use initial consonant sounds for words.