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Definition of Hypotactic
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Literary usage of Hypotactic
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1. Studies in Classical Philology by University of Chicago (1895)
"If, then, the construction is already completely hypotactic, there was no necessity for the omission of av in Homer. Sturm's doctrine, to be consistent with ..."
2. Principles of the History of Language by Hermann Paul, Herbert Augustus Strong (1888)
"On the other hand, all connecting-words which join sentences together are called conjunctions, although the same distinction between hypotactic and ..."
3. Critique of Some Recent Subjunctive Theories by Charles Edwin Bennett (1898)
"... and are not capable of functioning alone, but only in conjunction with the environing clause ; ie, they are not paratactic, but hypotactic. ..."
4. Transition in the Attic Orators by Robert Dale Elliott (1919)
"In the following lists all cases of paratactic (and a few _ cases of hypotactic closely approximating the paratactic) reversed and delayed elements are ..."
5. The Sequence of Tenses in Plautus by Edward Hoch Heffner (1917)
"The intensity of the thought would naturally tend to check the hypotactic process. ... If the sentence be regarded as fully hypotactic, we may explain the ..."