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- adv. In a prepositional manner.
- adv. As a preposition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a prepositional manner: as, “concerning” is a participle used prepositionally.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. as a preposition
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Just as I publicly acknowledge I'm prepositionally challenged, most of the time when I make a mistake I self-correct, or I candidly ask for help from the audience when I forget a word or I can only think about it in Spanish.
A few years ago when I began my career as a writer and public speaker, I decided to publicly acknowledge that I am prepositionally challenged.
_PL_ _Paradise Lost_ (Milton) ppl. past participle prep. preposition, prepositional, prepositionally
If the Founders wanted to restrict gun ownership to state-regulated militia members, they would have used language that was restrictive, using the word "only" prepositionally for instance.
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Well, Chrissy, Sarah may be "prepositionally-challenged," but at least she treats her spouse and all her children decently - which is more than we can say for you. roses of sharon (The MSM vampires must die.)
Now in terms of dedications, I must warn you that I’m a bit prepositionally challenged.
"If the Founders wanted to restrict gun ownership to state-regulated militia members, they would have used language that was restrictive, using the word" only "prepositionally for instance.