linguistically

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  • This community is different linguistically than the surrounding area and must use their language according.
  • Indeed we often stick linguistically to old things, although they have been long superannuated. Cited from Criminal Psychology, by Hans Gross
  • These data-driven theorists also support that children do not have linguistically-specific knowledge at birth.
  • Its population is highly culturally and linguistically diverse with many different population groups making their presence felt.
  • France would not become a linguistically unified country until the end of the 19th century.
  • However, linguistically speaking, very few features of Texas English do not also occur elsewhere.
  • What has been linguistically expressed cannot be repeated, save by the reproduction of what has already been produced. Cited from Aesthetic as Science of Expression,Benedetto Croce
  • The sound is a very common sound cross-linguistically.
  • This language would be from a linguistically distinct community that has been settled in the area for many generations.
  • The second sound change is cross-linguistically extremely common.
  • Linguistically the entire region was at the time German speaking.
  • Thus, linguistically speaking, you must search out the individuals. Cited from The Century Vocabulary Builder, by Greever & Bachelor
  • They are common sounds cross-linguistically and occur in English words such as ship and chip.
  • It is not clear if these three peoples were related linguistically or only culturally.
  • If for some reason two communities diverge, their adaptation to a new environment can separate them linguistically from each other.
  • They were all more or less related, either geographically or linguistically. Cited from American Indian as Participant in the Civil War, by Annie Heloise Abel
  • However, this suggestion has been criticized as being "linguistically impossible" for that time period.
  • This theory has no scientific foundation and is not linguistically substantiated in the language of this population.
  • Linguistically, the varieties of this area can be considered separate languages rather than dialects of a single language.
  • Because the islands are divided linguistically, the term Antillean music is usually used in reference to one such music area.
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Meaning of linguistically

  • adverb With respect to the science of linguistics
    linguistically interesting data
  • adverb With respect to language
    linguistically impaired children, a lingually diverse population