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See definition of lingual on Dictionary.com
  • as inoral
  • as insensory
  • as inspoken
  • as inverbal
  • as inlinguistic
  • as inspoken

synonyms for lingual

  • sonant
  • vocal
  • articulate
  • ejaculatory
  • narrated
  • phonated
  • phonetic
  • phonic
  • recounted
  • related
  • said
  • sounded
  • told
  • unwritten
  • uttered
  • verbal
  • viva voce
  • voiced
  • word-of-mouth
  • auditory
  • visual
  • sensual
  • tactile
  • sensational
  • acoustic
  • audible
  • auricular
  • clear
  • discernible
  • distinct
  • ocular
  • perceptible
  • plain
  • receptive
  • sensible
  • optic
  • sonic
  • neurological
  • neural
  • audiovisual
  • olfactory
  • aural
  • afferent
  • gustative
  • gustatory
  • hearable
  • olfactive
  • ophthalmic
  • phonic
  • sensatory
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antonyms for lingual

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  • printed
  • written
    • written
    • suppressed
    • heard
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        How to use lingual in a sentence

        An email sent to a North American audience might not perform as well if sent to Europe due to lingual and cultural differences.
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        For 45 minutes, not the least effort in any lingual direction was made; no one said a word for three-quarters of an hour.
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        He was daily impressed with the lingual attainments of foreigners and his own lack of them.
        MARK TWAIN, A BIOGRAPHY, 1835-1910, COMPLETEALBERT BIGELOW PAINE
        Shell greyish, spire long and tapering to a point; 12210 teeth on its lingual ribbon.
        OUR BRITISH SNAILSJOHN WILLIAM HORSLEY
        They were bi-lingual, being in English and in coast Arabic, in which dialect Bones was something of a master.
        THE KEEPERS OF THE KING'S PEACEEDGAR WALLACE
        In the limpets the lingual ribbon is proportionately long, and is easily removed for examination.
        THE SEA SHOREWILLIAM S. FURNEAUX
        Radula, rad′ū-la, n. the tongue or lingual ribbon of a mollusc.
        CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 3 OF 4: N-R)VARIOUS
        Every nation of Europe, I should think, is represented there—it is a sort of lingual congress in open session.
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        Volume of sound does not increase his lingual gifts, and spelling the article is likewise wasted effort.
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        The fifth cusp always appears in the middle of the heel, or between the posterior lingual and the posterior buccal.
        DEGENERACYEUGENE S. TALBOT
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        WORDS RELATED TO LINGUAL

        • dialectal
        • etymological
        • grammatical
        • lexemic
        • lexical
        • lingual
        • morphological
        • philological
        • phonemic
        • phonetic
        • phonological
        • syntactical
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