Plural form of the word "word"

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Good day,

 

I have seen the plural form of the word "word" being used in many ways.   I have seen it expressed as 'words' and 'word'.

 

Example:

 

"Words of wisdom"

 

versus

 

"Word of mouth"

 

Both appear to represent the plural form.

 

Can you please discern the difference, assuming there is one?

 

Are either of these representations inaccurate?

 

Thanks in advance for considering this question.

 

Bill R.  

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