Definition of Proverbialism. Meaning of Proverbialism. Synonyms of Proverbialism

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Definition of Proverbialism

Proverbialism
Proverbialism Pro*ver"bi*al*ism, n. A proverbial phrase.

Meaning of Proverbialism from wikipedia

- used and repeated proverbial phrases. Whenever known, the origin of the phrase or proverb is noted. A proverbial phrase or a proverbial expression is a...
- Proverbs are often metaphorical and use for****c language. A proverbial phrase or a proverbial expression is a type of a conventional saying similar to proverbs...
- Proverbial name may refer to: Archetypal name Proverbial name (Africa), a way of personal name formation in some African cultures This disambiguation page...
- idiom deriving from Gr**** mythology, which has been ****ociated with the proverbial advice "to choose the lesser of two evils". Several other idioms, such...
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- A proverbial name is a type of given name formation in some cultures of Africa. A proverbial name is a name which is condensed from a proverb, proverbial...
- "The pot calling the kettle black" is a proverbial idiom that may be of Spanish origin, of which English versions began to appear in the first half of...
- Look up kitchen sink or everything but the kitchen sink in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Kitchen sink may refer to: Freaks of Nature (film), a 2015...
- phrase from a speech in William Shakespeare's play Hamlet that has become proverbial. The phrase's meaning is that a bomb-maker is lifted ("hoist") off the...
- Blanchot, and Paul de Man—all of whom either prefigured or suc****bed to the proverbial intellectual fascination with fascism." Daniel A. Farber and Suzanna Sherry...