Etymology

1. grammatical

adjective. ['grəˈmætəkəl, grəˈmætɪkəl'] of or pertaining to grammar.

Etymology

  • grammaticalis (Latin)
  • -alis (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Grammatical

  • problematical
  • mathematical
  • sabbatical
  • fanatical
  • viatical

Example sentences of the word grammatical


1. Adjective
Type out the first draft of your essay without any concerns for making spelling or grammatical corrections.

Quotes containing the word grammatical


1. Well, while you were in the bathroom, I sat down at this picnic table here in Bumblefug, Kentucky, and noticed that someone had carved that GOD HATES FAG, which, aside from being a grammatical nightmare, is absolutely ridiculous. So I'm changing it to 'God Hates Baguettes.' It's tough to disagree with that. Everybody hates baguettes.
- John Green, An Abundance of Katherines

2. People who practice freedom of expression are terrorizing our grammatical way of life.
- Bauvard, Some Inspiration for the Overenthusiastic

2. grammatical

adjective. ['grəˈmætəkəl, grəˈmætɪkəl'] conforming to the rules of grammar or usage accepted by native speakers.

Antonyms

  • ill-formed

Etymology

  • grammaticalis (Latin)
  • -alis (Latin)
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