Definition of Linguistic communication

1. Noun. A systematic means of communicating by the use of sounds or conventional symbols. "The speed with which a program can be executed depends on the language in which it is written"

Lexicographical Neighbors of Linguistic Communication

linguistic atlas
linguistic communication (current term)
linguistic context
linguistic geography
linguistic process
linguistic profiling
linguistic relation
linguistic rule
linguistic scientist
linguistic string
linguistic turn
linguistic unit

Literary usage of Linguistic communication

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Evolution (1881)
"... in thought, the rational efficient, passing out and determining all the variations and connections of the human modes in linguistic communication. ..."

2. Language and the Study of Language: Twelve Lectures on the Principles of by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"... and experience are set as models before the eyes of all, ana the most far-reaching and effective style of linguistic communication is established. ..."

3. Animal Rights and Wrongs by Roger Scruton (1998)
"... fold of language users, nor even whether there might be whole species, such as the dolphin, which enjoy the full privileges of linguistic communication. ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1882)
"I have made these rapid introductory remarks about an ancient, pre-Asic creed of the Teuton race, in order to refer now to a fresh linguistic communication ..."

5. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1869)
"... in order at least to find a form of linguistic communication to us " outsiders " to remove such (true or apparent) inconsistencies, which, necessarily, ..."

6. Harmonism and Conscious Evolution by Charles Waldstein, Charles Walston (1922)
"He has before him a building or implement of use, or the quasi-linguistic communication of facts and thoughts, which are graphically ornamented and to which ..."

7. Copy Proof: A New Method for Design and Education by Gert Staal, Edith Gruson (2000)
"linguistic communication is not usually a neutral reporting of conditions in the world, but envisions influencing another's preferences and behaviour. (. ..."

8. Principles of the History of Language by Hermann Paul, Herbert Augustus Strong (1888)
"But it is impossible to suppose that in the course of an uninterrupted linguistic communication it should always have merely been the contributor, ..."

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