American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of, relating to, or conforming to a text.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or contained in the text: as, textual criticism; textual errors.
- Based on texts.
- Acquainted with texts and capable of quoting them precisely; learned or versed in texts.
- n. One versed in texts; a textualist.
- adj. Of, or pertaining to text.
- adj. Pertaining to text messages, by analogy with sexual: textual harassment, textual intercourse; compare sexting.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or contained in, the text.
- adj. Serving for, or depending on, texts.
- adj. Familiar with texts or authorities so as to cite them accurately.
- adj. of or relating to or based on a text
“The nav element is meant for blocks of links, not for individual links mentioned in textual content or for links in the footer area of a section or article.”
“The real lair of the potential lurks not so much in textual meaning as in the production of that meaning, always in process.”
“This combination of interests is intended to foster connections between scholars working in textual analysis and those working in other areas of humanities computing”
“These two groups have a more shallow history, at least in textual terms, coming into clear view only through the early ethnographic accounts of colonial authorities.”
“Just as it's not that difficult to situate novae, errata and chimerae in textual specifics ( "The door dilated," "President Himmler sat in the Oval Office," "The crescent sun was high, the moon low,") pataphysical quirks are not so hard to pin down, I think, as it may at first seem.”
“Sort of a blues riff in textual form, all about jazz and shipping, prohibition and personality conflicts.”
“[The first chapter will examine the Old English Orosius, and the temporalities which intersect both in textual translation as well as the re-appropriation of generic convention across historical time, positing “the nation” as a network in which texts, peoples and generic forms play a role in the creation of identity.]”
“Skills in textual editing can be translated to online editions.”
“Linux is a better player here, since most of its configuration files are stored in textual formats, which can be quickly changed and adapted as the need arises.”
“There's not doubt about the type of person she was, and a purely textual analysis of the Greek word seems to add to potential for error in translation rather than reduce it.”
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