[spee-king] /ˈspi kɪŋ/
the act, utterance, or discourse of a person who .
speakings, literary works composed for recitation, as ancient bardic poetry; oral literature.
used in, suited to, or involving speaking or talking:
the speaking voice.
of or relating to declamation.
giving information as if by :
a speaking proof of a thing.
a speaking likeness.
not on speaking terms, not or no longer in a relationship of open, willing, or ready communication, as because of resentment or estrangement:
They had a squabble during the holidays, and now they’re not on speaking terms.
on speaking terms,
(of a part in a play) not having any lines to speak
(prenominal) eloquent, impressive, or striking
[spesh-uh l] /ˈspɛʃ əl/ adjective 1. of a distinct or particular kind or character: a special kind of key. 2. being a particular one; particular, individual, or certain: You’d better call the special number. 3. pertaining or peculiar to a particular person, thing, instance, etc.; distinctive; unique: the special features of a plan. 4. having […]
[spesh-uh-list] /ˈspɛʃ ə lɪst/ noun 1. a person who devotes himself or herself to one subject or to one particular branch of a subject or pursuit. 2. a medical practitioner who devotes attention to a particular class of diseases, patients, etc. 3. U.S. Army. an enlisted person of one of four grades having technical or […]
/ˌnɒnspɪˈsɪfɪk/ adjective 1. not explicit, particular, or definite
- Nonspecific immunity
nonspecific immunity non·spe·cif·ic immunity (nŏn’spĭ-sĭf’ĭk) n. See innate immunity.