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Because the language of the popular press is lively and colloquial, in contrast to the stilted formulaic language of official publications, people believe what it says  ...

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Stilted definition, stiffly dignified or formal, as speech or literary style; pompous. See more.

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stilted. The adjective stilted describes something—usually a style of writing or speaking—that is unnaturally formal. Imagine someone walking awkwardly on a  ...

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The stilted conversation turned to whether horse-drawn carriages were superior to riding on camel, horse or elephant.Ben Macintyre JOSIAH THE GREAT: The ...

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Define stilted. stilted synonyms, stilted pronunciation, stilted translation, English dictionary definition of stilted. adj. 1. Stiffly or artificially formal; stiff: stilted prose.

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stilted definition: The definition of stilted is artificially or unnaturally formal, or something that is standing on stilts. (adjective) An awkward conversation with your ...

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