A usually alphabetized and explained collection of words e.g. of a particular field, or prepared for a specific purpose, often for learning. (noun)
The collection of words a person knows and uses. (noun)
The stock of words used in a particular field. (noun)
The words of a language collectively. (noun)
A range of artistic or stylistic forms or techniques (noun)
Examples of word vocabulary
Written for the â€˜Orca Sports Seriesâ€™, this high-interest mystery moves at a fast pace but the vocabulary is appropriate for the reluctant reader.
This subset of our vocabulary is a tiny core of useful words.
Very importantly, this vocabulary is also used normatively.
Significant of the change taking place in the vocabulary is the author's statement that he has in a great measure shun'd the old Saxon words, as finding them growing every day more obsolete than ever. '
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