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idiom
used in Light in August

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a way of putting things that is characteristic of a specific group of people
  • He has an easy quiet way with country people, with the voters and the juries; he can be seen now and then squatting among the overalls on the porches of country stores for a whole summer afternoon, talking to them in their own idiom about nothing at all.
    Chapter 19 (4% in)

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