Definition of "linguistically" [lin•guis•tic•al•ly]

  • (adverb) In the manner of linguistics.
  • (adverb) From a linguistic perspective.

Use "linguistically" in a sentence

  • ""That France should attempt to recolonize the world linguistically is surely more compatible with the aims of a great and confident power than is its attempt to preserve French as a genetically inviolate hothouse flower.""
  • "Referring to one of GG's "consult your style guide" suggestions: Use italics when using a word linguistically, which means when you are talking about the word itself."
  • "It follows that failing to use an expression in accordance with its meaning is not using the expression linguistically incorrectly, but using it with a different meaning."

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