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Trip

Slang; in bond insurance, an AAA rating from Standard and Poor's or Fitch. See also: Trip trip.
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So if one can't remember the source of "trippingly on the tongue," it would be better to stick with Bartlett's.
In particular he referred to Shakespeare's advice to actors: "Speak the speech as I tell it to you, Trippingly on the tongue ...
They learned that Americans would just as soon stand under a shower as soak themselves in a tub.") Flawless English comes trippingly off Keiko's tongue.
Who would have thought even 10 years ago that for so many people olive varietal terms like arbequina or picudo-picual would one day fall, as Shakespeare said, trippingly off the tongue?
While records of Elizabethan performances are scarce, those that survive suggest that Burbage and his colleagues took the liberty of silence only rarely, pronouncing their speeches, as Hamlet counsels, "trippingly on the tongue" (3.2.2).
His father favoured double-barrelled names because they 'come very trippingly off the tongue' (Melrose 1998).
She trippingly adds her own numerous bonds of pietas to child, marital family, gods, and nation (8.498; cf.
He may have been happy with that change, but I am sure basketball announcers had to practice pronouncing that name so that it would roll trippingly off the tongue in their game broadcasting.
Why do Japanese syllables fall so trippingly off the tongues of clinicians and staff with such un-Asian names as Kaplan, Otero, Pittenger, Diaz, King and Creger?
Edith's brother Osbert said that Lambert was "the perfect instrument of this performance." A recording survives: flutes, clarinets, a saxophone play trippingly; Lambert's precise, somewhat nasal tenor trots quickly along in waltz time, Edith's airy dactyls:</p> <pre> Daisy and Lily, Lazy and silly, Walk by the shore of the wan grassy sea,--
Instead of easy-to-comprehend slogans designed for ordinary voters like you and me, the leaders of the shadow opposition are contemplating such reforms as "Support Fair Wages with Good Benefits so No One Goes to Work Every Day and Comes Home Poor and Dependent on Public Services." And doesn't that lilt trippingly off the tongue?