[ US /ˈwɝdɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɜːdɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /wˈɜːdɪŋ/ ]
the manner in which something is expressed in words
use concise military verbiage
How To Use wording In A Sentence
- Compare this with the book's ingram and you will see a virtual sentence-by-sentence rewording. Review Hokum
- It would be foolhardy to try to summarise two days of dense legal argument, much of it to do with definitions, legal boundaries and possible implications of certain wordings in the legislation.
- In other words, surely small variations to wording cannot make a significant difference to people's replies?
- See you that fashion that wear a woebegone wording, how, primp as my boyfriend, so fold you old your good ego?
- In ruling out a Yes vote from the get-go, Israel conceded immediate defeat in the world body, in the process forgoing a range of tactical advantages it could have gained by signaling qualified support for a resolution and then negotiating to help shape its wording to a text Israel could have profited by backing. Bradley Burston: Ten Reasons Palestine Is Right to Bring its Case to the UN
- Ambiguous wording leaves some wiggle room for further negotiation.
- Care should be exercised in wording the sections providing for amending the constitution, etc., to avoid such tautology as amend, or add to, or repeal, or alter or amend, or amend or in any way change. 11. Miscellaneous. 68. Amendments of Constitutions, By-laws, and Rules of Order
- It actually shows up the huge amount of rhetoric and empty wording piece by piece.
- In several decisions the English courts have found the wording of such clauses was not effective in excluding liability for a pre-contractual misrepresentation.
- DJ worked until late Thursday night (well, late for a 9 year old), making a cover for his report, rewording the report three or four times, making the cover over again… it's tough being a perfectionist.