With the third and final debate between presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton behind us, Dictionary.com has released its analysis on some of the words both candidates chose to say to each other and, ultimately, voters. 

There were interruptions (Trump 24, Clinton 1). There were one-word sentences (Trump 12, Clinton 4), including five “Wrongs” (Trump). There was “undocumented” (Clinton) vs. “illegal” (Trump). There was Trump calling Clinton “such a nasty woman” and a “puppet” exhange.

And then there was repetition. Lots of repetition. Here’s Dictionary.com’s breakdown of the 15 most-used words from both candidates last night as well as their frequency:

Hillary Clinton:

1. Donald 25

2. family 13

3. clear 12

4. stand 11

5. support 11

6. undocumented 9

7. opportunities 7

8. 17 6

9. Americans 6

10. guns 6

11. homes 6

12. incomes 6

13. life 6

14. reforms 6

15. system 6
 

Donald Trump:

1. bad 18

2. Hillary 13

3. Iran 13

4. Russia 9

5. company 9

6. left 8

7. tremendous 8

8. OK 7

9. outsmarted 7

10. pouring 7

11. strong 7

12. Assad 6

13. NAFTA 6

14. appoint 6

15. probably 6