Definition of Conceptuality

1. Noun. An elaborated concept.

Exact synonyms: Conceptualisation, Conceptualization
Generic synonyms: Concept, Conception, Construct
Specialized synonyms: Perception
Derivative terms: Conceptualise, Conceptual, Conceptualize



Definition of Conceptuality

1. Noun. the state or quality of being conceptual ¹

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Definition of Conceptuality

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conceptuality

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Literary usage of Conceptuality

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1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1892)
"Observe also that Professor Pearson inculcates the conceptuality of motion by unnecessarily repeating the word in the formula on page 341 which begins as ..."

2. Home Education by Isaac Taylor (1867)
"... such as have been mentioned, which penetrate the mind a little deeper, and arouse it more to action. conceptuality is passive, or chiefly so; ..."

3. Tusayan Migration Traditions by Jesse Walter Fewkes (1900)
"... which numerical concepts are quinary, ami in which counting is habitually manual, and made no reference to the lower strata of numerical conceptuality ..."

4. Another View of Industrialism by William Mitchell Bowack (1903)
"Thus the particularity, the specific and individual element, as well as the conceptuality, the composite form of wealth, disappears from view. ..."

5. Knowledge, Curriculum and Qualifications for South African Further Education by Michael Young, Jeanne Gamble, Human Sciences Research Council (2007)
"The weaker the internal grammar of the knowledge structure, the weaker the connection between content and conceptuality. Practically, this means that the ..."

6. Mental Evolution in Man, Origin of Human Faculty by George John Romanes (1889)
"I know not of any other answer to be given than that the further they go back the less conceptuality do they betoken."* Nor can he refuse to admit, ..."

7. Transactions (1868)
"... even in any one of its specialities the most limited, are afforded by the possession on the part of the youth of a strong natural conceptuality, ..."

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