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  • adj. Relating to, or containing, enunciation; declarative.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to, or containing, enunciation; declarative.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Declaring something as true; declarative.


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Latin enuntiativus, enunciativus.


  • Taken verbally as well as ontologically, then, and directed back into romanticism, Agamben would thus help rethink Wordsworthian imminence as a kind of immanence in its own enunciative right.

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • I await your enunciative opinions in hopes it can settle a mushrooming family feud.

    “glimpse into id of a small town” | clusterflock

  • New technologies influence writing, triggering a redefinition of the relationship between writer-text-reader-critic and giving birth to a new contemporary fictional model, characterized by fragment organization, character crisis, dramatization of the epic and the lyric text, narrative crisis, a mixture of various aspects of language, exploration of diverse enunciative spaces.

    Theatricality of Sound in Hypertext Writing in Romanian Literature

  • “David,” she said, with a little too much enunciative precision.

    Thin Air

  • He has fourteen moods; his _interrogative, optative, hortative, promissive, precautive, requisitive, enunciative_, &c. But as far as philosophical accuracy and the convenience and advantage of the learner are concerned, it is believed that no arrangement is preferable to the following.

    English Grammar in Familiar Lectures

  • It was _ours_ once to be of a class whose enunciative powers were disciplined by repeated goings 'through' of the 'Old English Reader, 'and well do we remember how the accidental omission of the full pause after' shows 'in the quotation ending the piece entitled' Excellency of the Holy

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 1, No. 6, June, 1862 Devoted To Literature and National Policy

  • Manners 'distinction of manner, his wellbred, easy ways, his charmingly enunciative and gracious voice, together with his naive and simple nature, went far with people's hearts.

    Aladdin O'Brien

  • He follows Origen in choosing for the enunciative form of exegesis the shortest possible marginal gloss (paratheseis).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • Narrative judgments, not less than those termed non-enunciative by Aristotle, such as the expression of desires, are not properly logical judgments.

    Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

  • Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, these are the words; enunciative and prophetic.

    The French Revolution


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