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    A single word for a phrase.

    Could someone please advise me of a single word for "A number of concepts that are embraced into a whole". If there is no such word, a few ideas would be appreciated.

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    Clive


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    Re: A single word for a phrase.

    Quote Originally Posted by Clive Rowell View Post
    Could someone please advise me of a single word for "A number of concepts that are embraced into a whole". If there is no such word, a few ideas would be appreciated.

    Regards,
    Clive
    It could be dogma, lemmata, ...

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