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‘Things not words’; concrete fact or action as opposed to mere talk. Sometimes as noun (with plural or singular concord).
Early 19th century; earliest use found in The Universal Magazine. From classical Latin rēs non verba things not words (Livy) from rēs, plural of rēs thing + nōn not + verba, plural of verbum word.
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