Have-a-word sentence example

have-a-word
  • Although a low cost motel you're crashing in for one night might not be willing - or able - to rustle up any free tickets for you, if you're staying in pricier lodging for several nights, have a word with the concierge or front desk.
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  • The Current Word area is handy to see if you have a word or not, especially when you need to start a word with a certain letter and you don't know if you have a word.
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  • "Maybe I ought to have a word with your brother," she grumbled, surprised the man could insult her without being present.
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  • lend a hand have a word with Marion or Fr.
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  • pitch and stress: Japanese is only minimally semantically tonal, tho the majority of dialects have a word pitch accent.
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  • bandy Yes, I didn't have a word at that time, human factors wasn't a term bandied about per se.
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  • classified ads have a word limit in some editions.
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  • "Helene, I have a word to say to you," and he would lead her aside, drawing her hand downward.
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  • Another misty and overcast morning, could somebody have a word with somebody about this weather - we are getting slightly soggy.
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  • The natives of India can scarcely be said to have a word of their own by which to express their common country.
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