paradigms

[ par-uh-dahym, -dim ]SEE DEFINITION OF paradigms
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I am satisfied that languages can be taught without rules and by paradigms only.

Paradigms of habban, to have; libban, to live; scgan, to say.

The fate of the verb is similar, though the two paradigms do not necessarily decay at the same rate.

Grammar with its puzzling array of classifications, nomenclatures, and paradigms, was wholly discarded in her education.

A few punctuation marks in the paradigms and vocabulary lists have been supplied or regularized.