- a of or relating to or formed with a preposition
- His style was a stream with the stones of nouns in it and a surface of prepositional ripples.
- Come May 25, the show will be renamed The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, a subtle prepositional shift from its current title, The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.
- This "justice" you refer to is a prepositional deontological indefensible notion that humans have developed to preserve our species.
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You know that you've heard way too much about leaning in, but now there's a new prepositional problem to worry about. Did you know that as a woman, you might have the newly named Sit-It-Out Syndrome? That's a nonfiction-best-seller way of describing the hesitation, trepidation, or "crisis of confidence" that some ... More »
Oct. 15, 2013 - New York Magazine