As the presidential field continues to narrow, and Super Tuesday could help limit the number of candidates even more, Dictionary.com has released a list of words that reflect what has truly been on the front-runners' minds during the debates.

Dictionary.com used data from 15 main presidential debates, which took place between Aug. 6, 2015 and Feb. 13, 2016, and analyzed the language used by each candidate to "identify the 20 words that were most statistically significant in each contender's speech."

The results found that the most frequently used words from each candidate are: systemic (Hillary Clinton), utterly (Ted Cruz), blue-collar (John Kasich), apocalyptic (Marco Rubio), handful (Bernie Sanders), and eminent (Donald Trump).

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“Every idea and belief, down to the level of the individual words chosen, counts when it comes to candidates speaking to Americans on their plans for the country if they were to be elected,” said Liz McMillan, CEO, Dictionary.com. “These words shed light on the issues, policies, and rhetoric of individual candidates on an extremely granular level, ultimately giving us valuable insight on the people vying to be the next president of the United States.”

Here is the complete list of top 20 words or phrases favored by each candidate in Dictionary.com’s analysis, in order of frequency of use: 

Hillary Clinton

1. systemic

2. children

3. seller

4. Libyans

5. Europeans

6. recommend

7. out-of-pocket

8. elsewhere

9. LGBT

10. AIG

11. contentious

12. advise

13. constant

14. compact

15. discrimination

16. arena

17. council

18. brothers

19. racism

20. U.N.
 

Ted Cruz

1. utterly

2. cronyism

3. ration

4. Rubio-Schumer

5. objective

6. Jihad

7. sessions

8. distract

9. suspend

10. patrol

11. Persian

12. whatsoever

13. clarity

14. catastrophic

15. flat

16. booming

17. Ayatollah

18. IRS

19. note

20. abandon
 

John Kasich

1. blue-collar

2. surplus

3. formula

4. incumbent

5. architect

6. balanced

7. budget

8. miner

9. discipline

10. Pentagon

11. Ohio

12. Saudis

13. hole

14. incentive

15. encryption

16. unify

17. foot

18. civilization

19. slap

20. ill
 

Marco Rubio

1. apocalyptic

2. agent

3. Guantanamo

4. sophisticated

5. modernize

6. vat

7. grandfather

8. Moammar

9. paycheck

10. killer

11. dozen

12. enterprise

13. capture

14. century

15. bless

16. expensive

17. Shia

18. reasonable

19. prove

20. teach
 

Bernie Sanders

1. handful

2. crumble

3. speculation

4. tuition-free

5. substantially

6. cease-fire

7. one-tenth

8. U.K.

9. Cayman Islands

10. buck

11. turnout

12. quagmire

13. Henry Kissinger

14. Earth

15. sum

16. perpetual

17. greed

18. capita

19. fossil

20. unintended
 

Donald Trump

1. eminent

2. tremendous

3. sudden

4. scholar

5. inversion

6. Atlantic

7. businessman

8. nasty

9. beautiful

10. domain

11. catastrophe

12. currency

13. nice

14. excuse

15. unbelievable

16. incompetent

17. disgrace

18. Mexico City

19. Japan

20. hell