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Definition of "glossic" [glos•sic]

  • A system of phonetic spelling based upon the present values of English letters, but invariably using one symbol to represent one sound only. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "glossic" in a sentence
  • "This global necessity to know English as a second language is creating some rather intriguing side-effects to the language, particularly within the U.K.., and this di-glossic interpretation might not cut it anymore."
  • "It also seems toreflect an unchanging aspect of human language and its di-glossic nature of academic and common forms, or to put it bluntly, the language of master and servant."
  • "Also, it might reflect a social malaise that is inherent in di-glossic language; the concept of master and servant."