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Correct spelling:
Takeoff and Landing Data ( aviation)


by word of mouth
allegorical, apocryphal, customary, doubtful, dubious, fabled, fabricated, fabulous, fanciful, handed-down, imaginary, imaginative, improbable, invented, mythical, mythological, related, romantic, storied, traditional, unreal, unverifiable, Told, Created, Unhistorical, figmental, unhistoric.
apparent, bold, clear-cut, conspicuous, crystal clear, disclosed, distinct, evidenced, evident, glaring, noticeable, open, palpable, patent, plain, prominent, revealed, straightforward, unambiguous, unmistakable, visible, Divulged, Evinced, Shown, big as life, clear cut.
categorized, checked, contained, designated, doomed, fated, fixed, included, marked, specified, Enumerated, Indicated, Numbered, Totalled, Counted.
articulate, lingual, phonetic, phonic, said, sonant, sounded, unwritten, uttered, verbal, vocal, voiced, Ejaculatory, Narrated, Viva voce, recounted, phonated, word-of-mouth.
given out, going around.
announced, expressed, oral, Mentioned, Communicated, put into words.
admitted, announced, broadcast, confessed, depicted, discovered, exposed, handed-down, known, printed, pronounced, published, related, released, revealed, said, set down, set forth, spoken, telecast, well-known, Enunciated, Telegraphed, given out, made known, become common knowledge, included in a release, included in the official statement, made public property, told in open court.
announced, described, portrayed, recorded, reported, rumored, stated, Accounted, Chronicled, Journalized, Logged, Narrated, Retold, recounted, summarized, tabled.
acquaint, advise, announce, apprise, ascertain, authorize, bid, chronicle, clinch, clue in, command, comprehend, compute, confess, count, declare, deduce, depict, determine, differentiate, direct, disclose, discover, discriminate, distinguish, divine, divulge, enjoin, enumerate, explain, express, find out, give out, identify, impart, inform, instruct, know, leak, learn, level, make out, mention, militate, notify, number, numerate, open up, order, perceive, portray, proclaim, recite, reckon, recognize, recount, reel off, register, rehearse, relate, report, represent, require, reveal, say, see, set forth, speak, state, summon, take effect, tale, tally, utter, weigh, fill in, lay open, leave word, make known, let in on, put before, be sure, call upon, let slip, give an account of, let know, take its toll, break the news, count one by one, give facts, have effect, have force, keep posted, know for certain, make presence known, spit it out, make presence felt.
Examples of usage:
  1. As I told you, I'm not at all sure that I believe one word of it. – The Necromancers by Robert Hugh Benson
  2. They told you, I suppose, I have that as well? – Banked Fires by E. W. (Ethel Winifred) Savi
  3. " It is good," Running Fox told him. – Spotted Deer by Elmer Gregor
  4. What did you say to him when he told you that? – The Enchanted Canyon by Honoré Willsie Morrow
  5. He should be told! – Temporal Power by Marie Corelli