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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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A linguistic unit made up of sets of phonemes, words, or phrases that are arranged sequentially; A systematic collection.

Usage examples (13)
  • The end of the signifier/signified dialectic which facilitates the accumulation of knowledge and of meaning, the linear syntagma of cumulative discourse.
  • Cagle also notes that The Film Experience is advanced and likely difficult, but I didn't find this to be particularly true for the second edition, though certain advanced terms...
  • MILTON to comprise, in one hundred and thirty beautiful lines, the two large and learned syntagma which Selden had composed on that abstract subject.
  • The rhizome, I understand as a different syntagma where the possible horizontal connections are so vast that you will never end constructing a series. for more
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