A picture is worth a thousand words - A picture can often get a message across much better than the best verbal description.
Actions speak louder than words - This idiom means that what people actually do is more important than what they say- people can promise things but then fail to deliver.
By word of mouth - If something becomes known by word of mouth, it gets known by being talked about rather than through publicity or advertising, etc.
Can't get a word in edgeways - If you can't get a word in edgeways, you don't have the chance to say anything because the person you are with is is talking all the time.
Eat your words - If you eat your words, you accept publicly that you were wrong about something you said.
Famous last words - This expression is used as a way of showing disbelief, rejection or self-deprecation.'They said we had no chance of winning- famous last words!'
Fine words butter no parsnips - This idiom means that it's easy to talk, but talk is not action.
From the word go - From the word go means from the very beginning of something.
In so many words - This phrase may be used to mean 'approximately' or 'more or less'. I think it may have a sarcastic connotation in that the individual listening needed 'so many words' to get the point. It also may suggest the effort on the part of the speaker to explain an unpleasant truth or difficult concept.
Man of his word - A man of his word is a person who does what he says and keeps his promises.
Mark my words - Mark my words is an expression used to lend an air of seriousness to what the speaker is about to say when talking about the future. You often hear drunks say it before they deliver some particularly spurious nonsense.
Mince words - If people mince words, or mince their words, they don't say what they really mean clearly.
Mum's the word - When people use this idiom, they mean that you should keep quiet about something and not tell other people.
Spread the word - If you spread the word about something, you let as many people know about it as you can.
War of words - A war of words is a bitter argument between people or organisations, etc.
The words conscience and dignity are but words, after all.
"The Man Who Laughs" by Victor Hugo
That word seems to include purity and righteousness.
"Quiet Talks about Jesus" by S. D. Gordon
Faith means to have a knowledge of his Word and then to rely upon that Word confidently.
"The Harp of God" by J. F. Rutherford
Associated words: abduct, abductor.
"Putnam's Word Book" by Louis A. Flemming
The word "believed," and the word "commit" are the same word underneath our English.
"Quiet Talks on Prayer" by S. D. (Samuel Dickey) Gordon
A word was said about it, and a word is as good as a contract.
"Don Orsino" by F. Marion Crawford
Now you will observe that the two little words 'to be' are inserted here as a supplement.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)" by Alexander Maclaren
And Monck laughed again his short, rather bitter laugh; but he said no word in answer.
"The Lamp in the Desert" by Ethel M. Dell
This exception hath a confident flourish of words, but they are but words.
"The Divine Right of Church Government" by Sundry Ministers Of Christ Within The City Of London
I will, upon my word, and Julia Dobree never broke her word yet.
"The Doctor's Dilemma" by Hesba Stretton
'If he speak two more words,' they said,
'The slave is more than the free;
If he speak three more words,' they said,
'The stars are under the sea.'
"The Ballad Of God-Makers" by Gilbert Keith Chesterton
A few cold words on yonder stone,
A corpse as cold as they can be -
Vain words, and mouldering dust, alone -
Can this be all that's left of thee?
"Severed and gone" by Anne Bronte
These words come to my mind,
"The work of the world is done by a few,"
These words come from my conscience,
"God looks for a part to be done by you."
"Magna est Veritas" by Frank Barbour Coffin
Ah, I see it! woe, oh woe!
I forget the word of might.
Ah, the word whose sound can straight
Make him what he was before!
Ah, he runs with nimble gait!
"The Pupil In Magic" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
I told her I loved her and begged but a word,
One dear little word, that would be
For me by all odds the most sweet ever heard,
But never a word said she!
"Golden Silence" by Ellis Parker Butler
An' I tried to pray, but nae word could I say,
My tongue was as dry as could be,
For the deil was aye cryin', 'O, Ledgie, man,
Will ye no speak a word for me?'
"Ledgie Cooper" by Alexander Anderson
If you had to sum up Barack Obama's 2008 campaign in one word, you might have picked the word ' audacity '.
Stephanie Hunt of Word for Word in 'The Islanders.
As any pet owner knows, the word 'cancer' is one of the most truly frightening words we can hear.
According to Ellen McHale, the written word is not always the final word.
The expression of an idea by the use of usually two independent words connected by the word and: nice and warm.
This week's Word for Word already has me thinking.
Word for word with Shaw Grigsby.
Word-for-word with Mike Iaconelli.
Leone encourages readers to post words of support to Juli and her children and spread the word about their Disney campaign on social media.
Daiko by the way is the word for the group and taiko (fat drum ) is the word for the instrument.
The word Christian comes to mind as one of these words.
All essays must be no less than 500 words (250 words for grades 4-5) and no more than 1,000 words.
After a successful relaunch of " Spoken Word " in October, the Converge Gallery, 140 W Fourth St, has announced another night of " Spoken Word " is scheduled for 7 to 9 pm Friday.
This challenge involves us selecting one intriguing vocabulary word and defining said word.
The word "moustache" derives from 16th century French moustache, tracing the origin of the word all the way back to the Greek word mustax meaning "upper lip".
Deﬁnition 2.9 A packed word w in pack(X ) is cal led an irreducible word if and only if it can not be written under the form w = u ∗ v where u and v are two non trivial packed words.
A word Hopf algebra based on the selection/quotient principle
Because g the control word over d determines uniquely Dg hence b we conclude that there exists a function f that associates each word over pQ a unique word pD (call pD the alphabet of GH ).
Underapproximation of Procedure Summaries for Integer Programs
All words more than 2.5 standard deviations above the mean of these words’ scores were treated as a representation of the user’s interest, or topic (there were 72 such words).
Machine Learning of Generic and User-Focused Summarization
The Open predictor is learned using SNoW (Carlson et al., 1999; Roth, 1998) as a function of features that utilize words and POS tags in the sentence and, given a new sentence, will predict for each word whether it is the ﬁrst word in the phrase or not.
Applying System Combination to Base Noun Phrase Identification
This implies that for every n, Pw (n) contains exactly one word which has two extensions to the right to form a word in Pw (n+ 1); every other word extends uniquely to the right.
Dynamical Upper Bounds for One-Dimensional Quasicrystals