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Grammarians may criticize the syntax of the President's message, and the style.

Examples in Syntax, Accidence, and Style, for criticism and correction.

So with Mrs. Wheelwright—Mr. Syntax was equally a stranger to her.

This syntax is a product of erotic experts, writers, and imagemakers.

He tried, he struggled, but the syntax was too much for him.

They never forget their syntax, children, when once they've been taught it.

But the world, as a creation, is not a mere construction; it too is more than a syntax.

The vocabulary is different but the syntax and phonemes are nearly identical.

Once she knew how to read French and Latin, the syntax bored her.

How far, in sense, they are singular is a point not of etymology, but of syntax.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from French syntaxe, from Late Latin syntaxis, from Greek syntaxis "a putting together or in order, arrangement, syntax," from stem of syntassein "put in order," from syn- "together" (see syn-) + tassein "arrange" (see tactics).

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