Definition of Sentential

1. Adjective. Of or relating to a sentence. "The sentential subject"

Partainyms: Sentence
Derivative terms: Sentence



Definition of Sentential

1. a. Comprising sentences; as, a sentential translation.

Definition of Sentential

1. Adjective. (linguistics) of, relating to, or comprised of sentences ¹

2. Adjective. of or relating to a sentence (period of time) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sentential

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sentential

sentence connective
sentence element
sentence fragment
sentence fragments
sentence stress
sentence structure
sentenced
sentencer
sentencers
sentences
sentencewise
sentencing
sentencings
sententia
sententiae
sentential (current term)
sentential function
sententiality
sententially
sententiaries
sententiary
sententiosities
sententiosity
sententious
sententiously
sententiousness
senteries
sentery
sentest
senti

Literary usage of Sentential

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1. The Science of Rhetoric: An Introduction to the Laws of Effective Discourse by David Jayne Hill (1883)
"The Conditions of sentential Structure. WE are brought face to face with the most ... Before we attempt to define the laws of sentential structure, ..."

2. Manual of Reading, in Four Parts: Orthophony, Class Methods, Gesture, and by H. L. D. Potter (1877)
"Those vocal pauses that make plain the meaning of the author or speaker are called sentential; those that express his feelings are called emotional; ..."

3. Manual of Reading, in Four Parts: Orthophony, Class Methods, Gesture, and by H. L. D. Potter (1871)
"Those vocal pauses that make plain the meaning of the author or speaker are called sentential; those that express his feelings are called emotional; ..."

4. Biographia Britannica Literaria: Or, Biography of Literary Characters of by Thomas Wright, Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain) (1846)
"... on the contempt of the world, and another on the sayings of the learned men (super doctorum dictis). Edition. Robert! Pulli sentential, edited by Hugo ..."

5. The Academician: Containing the Elements of Scholastic Science, and the by Albert Picket, John W. Picket (1820)
"The word " as" is used both for an antecedent adverb, and a sentential preposition. It is an adverb in the phrases " at good," "w soon," and a sentential ..."

6. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"... disputed about our own personal righteousness, with a justification thereon, as also what is called sentential justification at the day of judgment. ..."

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