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Oxford dictionary definition of the word colloquialism:
a word or phrase appropriate to conversation and other informal situations
the use of colloquial words and phrases
Example Sentences Including ‘colloquialism’
But the colloquialism never gets in the way of another characteristic feature of the Barnesian essay: its biting intelligence.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2001)
Callendar asked putting the colloquialism in quotation marks.
Wright, Eric A BODY SURROUNDED BY WATER
Conan Doyle was an admirer of Bird’s investigations, even remarking in one letter with a surprisingly modern colloquialism `Wow!
Ford: Its Pinto flopped in Brazil where the word is a colloquialism for tiny male genitals.
BUSINESS TODAY (2002)
Let us assume the Yannon Transaction is shown, to use a colloquialism , to be utterly kosher.
Take, for instance, the British-Canadian colloquialism , chesterfield.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)
The experiments of Modernism passed her by; despite the freedom and colloquialism of her later work, she uses mainly Romantic conventions.
Montefiore, Jan FEMINISM AND POETRY
`Jane has told me you’re on the run,” he said with a queer eagerness, savouring the tang of colloquialism on his tongue.
Brandon, Ruth LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE