from The Century Dictionary.
- Pertaining to glossology.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to glossology.
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- adjective Of or pertaining to
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"glossological" change does not necessarily succeed in ameliorating the rupture between being and meaning.
I greatly regret that Mr. Wilson did not consult me about his perplexities (as he used to do in the past) instead of lurching into print in such a state of glossological disarray.
It has seemed to me that those who take the affirmative in this discussion give undue weight to the literary argument, and not enough to the glossological.
We regret Mr. White's glossological excursions the more because they are utterly supererogatory, and because they seem to imply a rashness of conclusion which can very seldom be laid to his charge as respects the text.
Though we have doubts whether we possess this book as Dante wrote it, inclining rather to think that it is a copy in some parts textually exact, in others an abstract, there can be no question either of its great glossological value or that it conveys the opinions of Dante.
The Arabic roots are, nine tenths of them, identical with the Hebrew; and a similarity of grammatical forms shows a plain glossological relation.