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say US English

Utter words so as to convey information, an opinion, a feeling or intention, or an instruction

say US Thesaurus

she felt her stomach flutter as he said her name

tell one's beads US English

Use the beads of a rosary in counting prayers

so to speak US English

Used to highlight the fact that one is describing something in an unusual or metaphorical way

turn around and do something US English

Used to convey that someone’s actions or words are perceived as unexpected, unwelcome, or confrontational

cry uncle US English

Surrender or admit defeat

Say in Say's law US English

A law stating that supply creates its own demand

I say! US English

Used to express surprise or to draw attention to a remark

say-so US English

The power or act of deciding or allowing something

say-so US Thesaurus

they could not act without the senate's say-so

say boo US English

Say anything at all; utter a sound

I'll say US English

Used to express emphatic agreement

let's say US English

Used as a way of introducing a hypothetical or possible situation

say when US English

Said when helping someone to food or drink to instruct them to indicate when they have enough

they say US English

It is rumored

say cheese US English

Said by a photographer to encourage the subject to smile

Say's law US English

A law stating that supply creates its own demand

what say ——? US English

Used to make a suggestion

I dare say US English

Used to indicate that one believes something is probable

sad to say US English

Unfortunately, regrettably

I must say US English

I cannot refrain from saying (used to emphasize an opinion)

not to say US English

Used to introduce a stronger alternative or addition to something already said

look-and-say US English

Denoting a method of teaching reading based on the visual recognition of words rather than by the association of sounds and letters

mean to say US English

Really admit or intend to say

how say you? US English

How do you find? (addressed to the jury when requesting its verdict)

I cannot say US English

I (or he, she, etc.) do not know

say no more US English

Used to indicate that one understands what someone is trying to imply

say the word US English

Give permission or instructions to do something

never say die US English

Used to encourage someone in a difficult situation

to say the least US English

Used as an understatement (implying the reality is more extreme, usually worse)

say a mouthful US English

Say something noteworthy

say one's piece US English

Give one’s opinion or make a prepared statement

you don't say! US English

Used to express amazement or disbelief

strange to say US English

It is surprising or unusual that

suffice to say US English

Used to indicate that one is saying enough to make one’s meaning clear while withholding something for reasons of discretion or brevity

I wouldn't say no US English

Used to indicate that one would like something

what do you say US English

Used to make a suggestion or offer

I say! in say US English

Used to express surprise or to draw attention to a remark

you can say that again! US English

Used in spoken English to express emphatic agreement

bound4 US English

Obliged by law, circumstances, or duty to do something

I'll say in say US English

Used to express emphatic agreement

wouldn't say boo to a goose US English

Used to emphasize that someone is very shy or reticent

before you can say knife US English

Very quickly; almost instantaneously

that is US English

Used to introduce or follow a clarification, interpretation, or correction of something already said

let's say in let1 US English

Used as a way of introducing a hypothetical or possible situation

say when in say US English

Said when helping someone to food or drink to instruct them to indicate when they have enough

they say in say US English

It is rumored

what say ——? in what US English

Used to make a suggestion


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