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    idiomatic structures like a man of words/ word of mouth

    I would need a site or a tip/ a book which would be a reliable source of idiomatic structures consisisting OF like a man of words/ a man of the people. I'd appreciate an immediate help.

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    Re: idiomatic structures like a man of words/ word of mouth

    Try here: Idiom Category: Men & women - UsingEnglish.com
    Also, simply search for the woprds 'man', 'men' etc.

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