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  • noun Plural form of nonlinguist.

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Examples

  • WALS thus makes information on the structural diversity of the world's languages available to a large audience, including interested nonlinguists as well as linguists who would not normally read grammars of exotic languages or specialized works by comparative linguists.

    Well, Well, WALS

  • Grunts came from the group where one of them was speaking, apparently repeating what had been said for nonlinguists.

    The Complete Federation Of The Hub

  • Grunts came from the group where one of them was speaking, apparently repeating what had been said for nonlinguists.

    The Lion Game

  • Notwithstanding the valuable role he plays in inspiring nonlinguists to think about language and in informing them about myriad facets of the subject, I find it hard slogging (or, as he would probably write, "sloguing").

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XI No 3

  • Unfortunately, the further establishment of his reputation among nonlinguists will be seriously hampered by the publisher's determination to make this excellent book available to too few people by pricing it at an unforgiving (and unforgivable) level.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 3

  • As all linguists and too few nonlinguists know, Dwight Bolinger, Emeritus Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures at Harvard, is one of the most important scholars in his field.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol VII No 3

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