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tel•e•graph•ese



Pronunciation: (tel'i-gra-fēz", -fēs", tel"i-gra-fēz', -fēs'), [key]
n.
a style of writing or speaking distinguished by the omissions, abbreviations, and combinations that are characteristic of telegrams, as in “expect arrive six evening.”

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