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lexicon
used in Do You Speak American?

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Definition
a list of words used in a particular subject area or known by an individual
  • Whatever came out of the untutored mouths and unsharpened pencil stubs of the people—sorry, The People—was held legitimate if not sacrosanct by those new lexicon artists.
    one — The Language Wars (17% in)
  • One of the young aces, Jayk Goff, demonstrated some of the most challenging tricks while making comments in the snowboarders' whole new lexicon.
    seven — Language from a State of Change (62% in)
  • Out of this new diversity has sprung a lexicon of new terms: Transgender—An umbrella term to encompass many forms of behavior, including transsexuals, transvestites, drag queens, drag kings, cross-dressers, female illusionists, gender benders, gender queens—although not limited to those definitions, and not all of those people want to be called transgender.
    seven — Language from a State of Change (85% in)

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