jargon

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Hence, the "public prosecution" satisfied, as the bigwigs of the law still express it in their jargon, the turn came of a thousand private vengeances.
He used the jargon of the studios with overpowering effect.
He loved the jargon of committee-rooms; he loved the way in which the door kept opening as the clock struck the hour, in obedience to a few strokes of his pen on a piece of paper; and when it had opened sufficiently often, he loved to issue from his inner chamber with documents in his hands, visibly important, with a preoccupied expression on his face that might have suited a Prime Minister advancing to meet his Cabinet.
To my delight he understood and answered me in the same jargon.
About twenty feet from Tarzan the man stopped, addressing the former in a strange jargon, no syllable of which was intelligible to the Tarmangani.
when I think of Sam's smooth jargon I would give my chance of life, such as it is, to have him here for one moment.
A footman had poured champagne into their glasses, and Lady Ruth talked easily enough the jargon of the moment.