lexicography lexicography


  • (n) the act of writing dictionaries

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  1. Thus the longtime guardian ' of Italian lexicography, the Accademia della Crusca in Florence, faces a touchy job of arbitration between pedantry and colloquialism.
  2. In the fusty world of lexicography, new dictionaries are usually introduced with the quiet circumspection generally found in library reading rooms.
  3. So is tennis, as represented here by the Incandenzas' son Hal, a teen court prodigy with a gift for lexicography and a taste for recreational drugs.


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