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gruh ma tuh kuhl

  • a  of or pertaining to grammar
    grammatical rules
    grammatical gender
  • a  conforming to the rules of grammar or usage accepted by native speakers
    spoke in grammatical sentences

  • The explosives were accompanied by the following text (typographical and grammatical errors are from the original): "Mailboxes are exploding! Why, you ask?.
  • He's not going to be carried away by some legal doctrine or some arcane grammatical rule.
  • Your grammatical accuracy is quite likely to strike the eye of the educated.
News & Articles


  • Boris Johnson in AFP
    Johnson said Obama "seems highly intelligent" and "has an air of courtesy and sincerity," adding that "unlike the current occupant of the White House, he has no difficulty in orally extemporising a series of grammatical English...
  • Anthony Kennedy in Wall Street Journal
    Writers and reporters by necessity alter what people say, at the very least to eliminate grammatical and syntactical infelicities,Justice Kennedy wrote in Masson v. New Yorker Magazine.
  • Woody Allen in Washington Post
    Allen, in a telephone interview with the AP, praised Angell for "being full of good ideas, sensitive to my needs" and for "pushing me to cut the fat out of my stuff and to correct my grammatical howlers, which I am guilty of making all the...

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