Definition of Syntactical

1. Adjective. Of or relating to or conforming to the rules of syntax. "The syntactic rules of a language"

Exact synonyms: Syntactic
Derivative terms: Syntax, Syntax, Syntax, Syntax
Partainyms: Syntax, Syntax



Definition of Syntactical

1. Adjective. syntactic, related to syntax ¹

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Definition of Syntactical

1. [adj]

Syntactical Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Syntactical

synphilin
synroc
synrocs
synsacra
synsacral
synsacrum
synsacrums
synsedimentary
synsemantic
synsepalous
synset
synsets
syntactic
syntactic category
syntactic sugar
syntactical (current term)
syntactically
syntactically independent
syntactician
syntacticians
syntactics
syntagm
syntagma
syntagmas
syntagmata
syntagmatic
syntagmatically
syntagmeme
syntagmemes
syntagmemic

Literary usage of Syntactical

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1. English Grammar: The English Language in Its Elements and Forms ; with a by William Chauncey Fowler (1855)
"syntactical FORMS are combinations of words viewed only in their ... Thus " Of government" is a syntactical form, in which the preposition governs the noun. ..."

2. Philological Studies: With English Illustrations by Josiah Willard Gibbs, Karl Ferdinand Becker (1857)
"These syntactical combinations are of three kinds only, viz. the predicative, ... Not every phrase or grouping of words is a syntactical combination, ..."

3. The Modern English Verb-adverb Combination by Arthur Garfield Kennedy (1920)
"Just as syntactical combinations have been gradually substituted for inflectional forms—prepositional phrases for genitives and datives, periphrastic verbs ..."

4. The English Language in Its Elements and Forms: With a History of Its Origin by William Chauncey Fowler (1855)
"syntactical FORMS are combinations of words viewed only in their ... Thus " Of government" is a syntactical form, in which the preposition governs the noun. ..."

5. An Analytical and Practical Grammar of the English Language by Peter Bullions (1859)
"syntactical PARSING includes etymological, and adds to it a statement of the relation in ... MODEL OF syntactical PARSING. " The minutest plant or animal, ..."

6. An Analytical and Practical Grammar of the English Language: Revised by Peter Bullions (1867)
"syntactical. PARSING includes etymological^ and adds to it a statement of the relation in ... MODEL OP syntactical PARSING. " The minutest plant or animal, ..."

7. An Analytical and Practical Grammar of the English Language by Peter Bullions (1849)
"syntactical, PARSING includes etymological, and adds to it a statement of the relation in ... MODEL OF syntactical PARSING. " The minutest plant or animal, ..."

8. The Principles of English Grammar: Comprising the Substance of the Most by Peter Bullions (1850)
"In syntactical parsing, the pupil should he directed to state the parts of ... Method of syntactical Parsing, exemplified in each of the Parts of Speech. ..."

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