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Definition of Grammatical


  1. Of or pertaining to grammar; of the nature of grammar; as, a grammatical rule.
  2. According to the rules of grammar; grammatically correct; as, the sentence is not grammatical; the construction is not grammatical.

Grammatical Quotations

Groups are grammatical fictions; only individuals exist, and each individual is different.
Robert Anton Wilson

The Internet lets women use words, which is their natural tool. Little girls speak in more complex, grammatical sentences than little boys do, and women never lose that superiority in verbal ability.
Helen Fisher

The language of literature is the language of all the world. It is necessary to divest ourselves at once of the notion of diversified vocal and grammatical speech which constitutes the various tongues of the Earth, and conceals the identity of image and logic in the minds of all men.
George Edward Woodberry

The urge to convert experience into a group of words that are in a grammatical relation to one another is the most basic, ongoing impulse of my life.
Jhumpa Lahiri

No important national language, at least in the Occidental world, has complete regularity of grammatical structure, nor is there a single logical category which is adequately and consistently handled in terms of linguistic symbolism.
Edward Sapir
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Grammatical Translations

grammatical in German is grammatikalisch
grammatical in Swedish is grammatiskt
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