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  • adv. in a grammatical manner
  • adv. concerning grammar

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a grammatical manner, or according to the principles and rules of grammar; as regards grammar or the structure of language.

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  • adv. in a grammatical manner


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grammatical +‎ -ly


  • In my haste, I did not even get the title grammatically correct, but the summary is schedule is just amazingly good!

    Mike Does Tech

  • Over the following weeks, I will explore this notion a little deeper; suffice to say, normal people do not speak in grammatically correct sentences.

    The Trouble with Dialogue – Part 1 « Write Anything

  • Blair Hurley of The Creative Writing Corner, says the challenge with writing interior monologues is two fold: thinking often does not occur in grammatically correct sentences.

    Interior Monologues in Writing « Write Anything

  • I am aware that African American director Tyler Perry is a "name" in America and can get away with being incredibly arrogant by including his name in a movie title - even going so far as to make his titles grammatically vulgar, Tyler Perry's Madea's Family Reunion, anyone?

    Tyler Perry, "The Colour Yellow" and Precious

  • Were Stubblefield speaking one of the Romance languages, he said, it might well have verged on a linguistic faux pas, but since both villa and incognito had long since been incorporated into English, and since English had never burdened itself with gender endings, Dern decreed the name grammatically immaculate.

    Villa Incognito

  • And sometimes subject of the sentence is to be interpreted still more freely as the word grammatically dominant in the part of the sentence that contains the gerund.

    The Gerund.

  • Send me a message using five of the following phrases (with modifications to make the phrase grammatically correct within the sentence) and writing 100 words. - New Projects

  • You know how to write grammatically, which is a good start, so stop ruining what you say by running everything together.

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • Yes, just like Miley believes all Asians can barely see out of their eyes, TMZ apparently believes that all Asians cannot speak a grammatically correct sentence.

    Crazy Days and Nights

  • That is, the average American who has no post-secondary education, can't speak a grammatically correct sentence, and has never really researched the most important political issues that challenge this country.

    The Orange County Register - News Headlines : News


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