[ UK /ˌɔːθəɡɹˈæfɪk/ ]
  1. of or relating to or expressed in orthography
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How To Use orthographic In A Sentence

  • Hebrew is considered the Holy Language par excellence, but it is interesting to note that although the consonantal text of the Hebrew Bible must be reproduced according to precise orthographic rules for ritual purposes, the Jewish tradition permits translations of the text into other languages. David Shasha: Monolingualism, Scriptural Translation and the Problem of Western Civilization
  • You can send financial support to their World Headquarters and Main Mead Hall "For reasons of orthographic purity, we prefer to accept donations in Icelandic krona"; I trust all upholders of True English will join this brave cause, and I expect William Safire's next column to be in Anglo-Saxon. Languagehat.com: THE ORIGINAL ENGLISH MOVEMENT.
  • These results suggest that the acquisition of phonological skills is a necessary step in building the orthographic lexicon.
  • D model reconstruction is investigated from orthographic engineering drawings using an iterative - tree method based on neighborhood - topology.
  • Competent readers are able to recognize and directly retrieve words from an orthographic lexicon consisting of a large number of memory representations of word spellings.
  • The ongoing spat between Congressman Anthony Weiner, who supports a robust health care reform bill, and Senator Joe Lieberman, who does not, has gotten orthographical. Oh So Subtly, Lieberman Letter Tweaks Weiner
  • Letters display the kind of orthographical and punctuational errors that one is supposed to have left behind by the tenth grade.
  • The present orthographic system was introduced in the fourteenth century by the religious reformer Jan Hus, who instituted a system of diacritical markings to eliminate consonant clusters.
  • In this paper, we acguired a way of seeking shade and shadow of spheric surface in orthographic axonometric projection drawing by means of changing axonometric projection.
  • In another good example of orthographic gemination, I was just reading something that contained the well-attested spelling ‘dissapointed’, which also seems to partake of the feeling of a zero-sum transfer of doubling.
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