hyphenate

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A person with multiple duties or abilities, such as "writer-director", "actor-model", or "singer-songwriter"
To join words or syllables with a hyphen
To break a word at the end of a line according to the hyphenation rules by adding a hyphen on the end of the line
divide or connect with a hyphen; "hyphenate these words and names
{f} connect words using a hyphen
divide or connect with a hyphen; "hyphenate these words and names"
hyphenated
Referring to a person who claims more than one nationality or ethnicity, or who expresses recognition of their national or ethnic heritage while also recognizing their current nationality

is one of the many symbolic emblems that stand for the other half of the hyphenated American’s identity. , October 28, 2005.

hyphenated
Referring to something that has been written with a hyphen

Some dictionaries list hyphenated words as though they contained no punctuation.

hyphenated
Simple past tense and past participle of hyphenate

Compounding the word looked wrong, so I hyphenated it instead.

hyphenated
(of words) combined by means of a hyphen to form a unit; "hyphenated words"; "many femninists have chosen hyphenated names their children--today's so-called hyphenated babies"; "multiculturalism nurtures respect for hyphenated identities"
hyphenated
{s} joined by a hyphen
hyphenated
A word that is hyphenated is written with a hyphen between two or more of its parts. hyphenated names such as Wong-Shong or Li-Wong
hyphenated
United by hyphens; hyphened; as, a hyphenated or hyphened word
hyphenated
past particple of hyphenate
hyphenates
third-person singular of hyphenate
hyphenating
present participle of hyphenate
hyphenation
division of a word especially at the end of a line on a page
hyphenation
The process of dividing a word between syllables when the word must be split between to lines of text
hyphenation
The hyphenation of words in a raw text is not allowed All hyphenated words have to be eliminated before the system file is generated
hyphenation
When a word will not quite fit on the end of a line, it is often split into two parts A hyphen at the end of the first part on the first line indicates that the word continues on the next line Rules govern where words may be split There are even differences between American and British English hyphenation
hyphenation
The inclusion of hyphens; especially, the correct locations of hyphens
hyphenation
Hypenation is a term sometimes used to illustrate when a Church makes judgment on the orthodoxy or the theological development of people on the basis of their adherence to tradition which has been lifted to the status of essential precepts When these traditional precepts become a litmus test, that is called, Hyphenation [back]
hyphenation
A text formatting term: Breaking up words at syllables or other natural dividing points so that the lines of text are properly balanced Hyphenation can be achieved in several ways: some programs let you manually insert discretionary hyphens which are only visible when they fall at the end of a line of text, some programs insert hyphens automatically based on a dictionary of words, and some programs use a logic formula or algorithm to hyphenate words
hyphenation
connecting syllables and words by hyphens
hyphenation
{i} act of connecting words by means of a hyphen
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