A meaningful linguistic unit consisting of a word, such as man, or a word element, such as -ed in walked, that cannot be divided into smaller meaningful parts.(noun)
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Use "morpheme" in a sentence
"I think that the possessive morpheme is technically a clitic."
"A morpheme is the smallest unit of meaning in the language."
"Logograms are like Chinese characters: each represents a word or morpheme a morpheme is the smallest part of the word that has a meaning of its own."