Language and Style

Language

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Language noun – The way in which something is put into words.
Usage example: we're finding the language of the legal documents to be tough going

Style is a synonym for language in diction topic. In some cases you can use "Style" instead a noun "Language", when it comes to topics like wording, system of words for communication.
Synonyms for Language

Style

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Style noun – A distinctive way of putting ideas into words.
Language is a synonym for style in diction topic. You can use "Language" instead a noun "Style", if it concerns topics such as phraseology.
Nearby Words: stylish, styling, styled, stylized, sty
Synonyms for Style

How words are described

old old language old style
particular particular language particular style
similar similar language similar style
normal normal language normal style
Other adjectives: specific, standard, original, simple, strong, actual, entire, main, new, primary, basic, different, modern, European.

Both words in one sentence

  • Mundane Made Awesome: Ovid uses language and style associated with epics to describe things like the appetizers in Roman peasants' dinner.
  • Series / Asfour He has a strange body language and style of speech and is constantly seen filling lottery tickets, waiting to win (he eventually does, but gets hit by a bus; he survives and initiates a brief subplot).
  • Defictionalization No reports of insanity have been made of the readers, but save for a few anachronisms in language and style, it's a very good and suitably bleak story of how You Can't Fight Fate in a world inhabited by monsters.
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