Something, such as an adage or maxim, that is said.(noun)
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Use "saying" in a sentence
"So simply the Greek; the Hebrew, _And the word of the Lord came unto me saying, Go and proclaim in the ears of Jerusalem saying_, not only betrays an editorial redundancy, but what follows is addressed not to Jerusalem but to all Israel."
"Keen To know whether to read "I'm not saying (moutai) is * bad*", or "I'm not * saying*"
"If a product cannot be cleaned by any method, the manufacturer is required to attach a label saying so—for example, “Do not wash, do not dry-clean” or “Cannot be successfully cleaned.”"