Of or relating to language or linguistics.(adjective)
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Use "linguistic" in a sentence
"If parents shape the linguistic environment of their offspring, and if we all shape the linguistic environments of our conspecifics (merely by talking to them!) then the possibility of a ˜linguistic ratchet effect™ is clearly open."
"What are the most inclusive linguistic groupings, the linguistic stocks, and what is the distribution of each (e.g., the Hamitic languages of northern Africa, the Bantu languages of the south; the Malayo-Polynesian languages of Indonesia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia)?"
"It is the manifest form that is never twice the same, for this form, which we call linguistic morphology, is nothing more nor less than a collective art of thought, an art denuded of the irrelevancies of individual sentiment."