solecism

[ sol-uh-siz-uh m, soh-luh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF solecism

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It would be a solecism in language to say that any portion of these is not included in the whole.

Le jument est beau was a solecism that could not longer be tolerated.

His trust was warranted, until Landor detected the solecism.

The solecism, if such it be, was repeated in Marino Faliero, act iii.

Well-bred mothers have been known to resent this solecism keenly.

The solitude of the Palais Royal has become a mockery and a solecism.

A dead State is a solecism, a contradiction in terms, an impossibility.

Hence this adaptation is less a solecism than that of the bell for the hyacinth.

If I may be pardoned the solecism, a music-drama "listens" different from an opera.

And if you caught him committing a solecism, would you stand it?

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