pure speech

Definition of "pure speech"
  1. The expression of thoughts by using spoken or written words or gestures restricted to those required to express the concept
How to use "pure speech" in a sentence
  1. In the school debate, the participants exercised their right to pure speech to express their viewpoints.
  2. The legal review determined that the published article represented pure speech protected by the First Amendment.
  3. To argue his case effectively, the lawyer used pure speech to communicate complex legal ideas.

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