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  • adj. Alternative form of phonological.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Of or pertaining to phonology.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to phonology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. of or relating to phonology

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Examples

  • Musical kids -- and we aren't assuming some are born musically talented, but rather, they become musical through training -- tend to be more sensitive to changes in speech, which makes them better at phonologic spelling, vocabulary and even at understanding the emotional meaning behind speech.

    Christine Carter, PhD: How Learning Music Can Enhance Kids' Brain Development

  • So taking the bravest-feathered acetylene lamp into the phonologic laboratory, we consummated our radionic guest on the slab in the dark, and incorporated every energy to the mixing of a pretty solution, the weighing and measuring supervised by West with an almost light-headedness care.

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  • Reading problems may stem from dysfunctions of phonologic or phonemic awareness, deficient analysis or recognition of visual patterns, active working memory limitations, and/or reduced lexical access.

    A Mind at a Time

  • This enhanced "neural activation" has also been found to make musical children more sensitive to changes in speech, helping with phonologic spelling and vocabulary.

    canada.com Top Stories

  • The phonologic of ears and sounded seems too deliberate for Cynthia Chase's slotting into "mute catachresis," meanings and signs linked only "by the accident of identity"; "The Accidents of

    Notes on 'Sounding Romantic: The Sound of Sound'

  • the sentential system for controlling the sequencing of words in sentences; the phonologic system for controlling the sequencing of syllables and phonemes within words; and the muscle movement system for controlling and coordinating the laryngeal, respiratory, and articulatory muscles for producing speech sounds.

    Knotted Tongues

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