of or relating to :
conforming to standard usage:
Hidden in the grammatical error was the unconscious admission: “This is the most humiliating day of my life.”
Curtains for Murdoch Peter Jukes April 22, 2012
What the diatribe lacked in grammatical proficiency, it made up for in drama.
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“Your lucky your state has the death penalty,” it read (spelling and grammatical errors intact).
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The clash of English with the grammatical form of the Irish language gave it new color and shape.
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On the other hand, the grammatical errors and similarities to the Gospel of Thomas are still a problem.
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What is meant by the reducing of a speech to a grammatical form, or to grammar, is not very clear.
An Outline of English Speech-craft William Barnes
grammatical and exegetical questions and the content of the passage are discussed.
College Teaching Paul Klapper
The verb must have a grammatical subject and, if it is an active verb, it must have a grammatical predicate.
Newspaper Reporting and Correspondence Grant Milnor Hyde
grammatical peculiarities may be noted at the end of the book, and the page added.
The Aural System Anonymous
It is an interesting example of the continuance of a grammatical gender in English.
Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, Volume III (of 3) Thomas Percy
of or relating to grammar
(of a sentence) well formed; regarded as correct and acceptable by native speakers of the language
1520s, from Middle French grammatical and directly from Late Latin grammaticalis “of a scholar,” from grammaticus “pertaining to grammar” (see grammar). Related: Grammatically (c.1400).
Physics. the force of attraction between any two masses. Compare . an act or process caused by this force. a sinking or falling. a movement or tendency toward something or someone: the gravitation of people toward the suburbs. Historical Examples It is quite true that Kepler had some slight knowledge of the existence of what […]
Physics. the antithesis of ; a hypothetical force by which a body of positive mass would repel a body of negative mass. (not in technical use) a controllable force that can be made to act against the force of . (not in technical use) counteracting the force of : The antigravity drive in this spaceship […]
the act or process, or a manner of ; development; gradual increase. size or stage of development: It hasn’t yet reached its full growth. completed development. development from a simpler to a more complex stage: the growth of ritual forms. development from another but related form or stage: the growth of the nation state. something […]
of or relating to , the Greeks, or their language. pertaining to the . noting or pertaining to the alphabetical script derived from a Semitic form of writing, employing some letters that originally represented consonants for use as vowel sounds, which was used from about the beginning of the first millennium b.c. for the writing […]