from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In an orthographical manner; using proper spelling, capitalization and grammar.
- adv. Using an orthographic projection
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. according to the rules of proper spelling.
- adv. according to orthographic projection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an orthographic manner.
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Mrs. lacks a vowel orthographically, and has to trade its r for two [ɪ] s and an extra [z] just to get pronounced (as [mɪzɪz])!
Exemplary treatises such as Isidore of Seville's Etymologiae explored the visual and aural subtleties of language as inventive byways for thought. 147 Whether visualized as letters and words orthographically transposed to the page of the mind148 or humorously sounded out as puns and onomatopoeia, language was phenomenologically conducive to memorization.
KASTE: But so far, close to 90 percent of the Murkowski write-in ballots have not contained irregularities and she may yet be able to win this even without having to count on the votes of her more orthographically challenged supporters.
However I think I have identified Verne's source for Kholby: I reckon it is his misreading of the town of Kothi, which is 80 miles as the crow flies (rather than 50 miles as in the text) from Allahabad, and twelve miles (rather than fifteen) north of the railway station at Satna (which therefore may be the basis of Rothal, though how you get from the one to the other orthographically I don't know).
Where it means "each and every one of us" this can be made clear by simply adding "each" perhaps orthographically joined with a hyphen "we-each".
The fact that 'en' is pretty similar to 'in' orthographically and phonologically probably doesn't help either.
U+201C and U+2018 that are typographically inharmonic and orthographically incorrect if translating into german in certain scripts!
Joining tankini on the racks is the similarly orthographically challenged "" mono-kini, '' a one-piece with sexy cutouts.
In fact, it's apparently just been "orthographically modified."
Check out James Pylant's "Weaselhead, Devil and Drunkard: Surnames Originating As Insults" for other surnames "orthographically modified."