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sentential Syllabification: sen·ten·tial
Pronunciation: /senˈten(t)SHəl/

Definition of sentential in English:

adjective

Grammar & Logic
Of or relating to a sentence: sentential meaning
More example sentences
  • There are no sentential complements, though pronouns and some noun phrases can be used to refer to explicit or evoked propositions.
  • For many people, ‘feel like’ has become a complex verb that takes sentential complements.
  • This is an algebraic expression of the disjunctive normal form theorem of sentential logic.

Words that rhyme with sentential

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