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Mot Juste 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam

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Mot Juste 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam in real context with synonyms, images and in authentic passages and examples for GRE & SAT candidates and advanced learners of English

/ˌməʊˈʒuːst/ US /ˌmoʊ-/ (noun)

Definition

the exact word or phrase that precisely fits in a particular situation or context, the exactly right word or phrase

Example

Notably, people experiencing anomic aphasia can repeat words and phrases on command, and conversational speech may be relatively fluent, meaning they are being able to converse in sentences. However, Dr. Galgano noted there is difficulty retrieving specific words or mots justes, especially verbs, adjectives and nouns that a person may want to say in spontaneous speech.

“People report knowing what they want to say, but they have difficulty finding the exact word or mot juste they are thinking of,” she said.

Having difficulty retrieving specific words is key in knowing if you or a loved one have developed anomic aphasia. You may notice it happening more than normal and it could impact your ability to communicate your message clearly and efficiently.

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Plural

mots justes

Related words

solecism, spoonerism


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