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  • grammatical
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  • dialectal
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  • lexemic
  • lexical
  • morphological
  • philological
  • phonemic
  • phonetic
  • phonological
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How to use syntactical in a sentence

Somewhat more definite results can be drawn from certain syntactical usages.
BEOWULFR. W. CHAMBERS
As is often true of cant, we have here simply a syntactical arrangement of words signifying—nothing.
THE VERBALISTTHOMAS EMBLY OSMUN, (AKA ALFRED AYRES)
The reasons for syntactical usages are given, instead of mere statements that such usages exist.
A COMPLETE GRAMMAR OF ESPERANTOIVY KELLERMAN REED
It coincides less closely than the cesura with syntactical and rhetorical pauses.
ENGLISH VERSERAYMOND MACDONALD ALDEN, PH.D.
Less generally, the rhetorical or syntactical accent in the same way takes precedence of the metrical.
ENGLISH VERSERAYMOND MACDONALD ALDEN, PH.D.
"Parole in libert," words free from syntactical shackles are the words with which we shall fight the battle of the future.
IDLING IN ITALYJOSEPH COLLINS
This last book deals with the more syntactical side of the subject, and was added on the model of Theodore Gaza's Greek grammar.
THE TEACHING AND CULTIVATION OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE IN ENGLAND DURING TUDOR AND STUART TIMESKATHLEEN LAMBLEY
The instrumental, locative and dative are mixed in one case, partly for phonetic, partly for syntactical reasons.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 12, SLICE 4VARIOUS
The cause of this variation in the force of the two beats is to be sought in the laws of the syntactical accent.
A HISTORY OF ENGLISH VERSIFICATIONJAKOB SCHIPPER
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WORDS RELATED TO SYNTACTICAL

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