Do not even consider committing the solecism of serving it with parmigiano.
I would I saw her once more, but to explain to her the solecism of which her inexperience hath rendered her guilty.
Le jument est beau was a solecism that could not longer be tolerated.
The pedantry of geometrically straight lines is not only no idealism, it is a solecism in Nature.
His trust was warranted, until Landor detected the solecism.
Speak their convictions that Louis is a Prisoner of War; and cannot be put to death without injustice, solecism, peril?
The solecism, if such it be, was repeated in Marino Faliero, act iii.
Barbarism and solecism: for will it convince or convict any man to blow half an ounce of lead through the head of him?
And if you caught him committing a solecism, would you stand it?
I admit the commonness of the expression, but it is not the less a solecism.
"gross grammatical error;" loosely "any absurdity or incongruity," 1570s, from Middle French solécisme (16c.), from Latin soloecismus "mistake in speaking or writing," from Greek soloikismos "to speak (Greek) incorrectly," from soloikos "ungrammatical utterance," properly "a speaking like the people of Soloi," an Athenian colony in Cilicia (modern Mezitli in Turkey), whose dialect the Athenians considered barbarous. Related: Solecistic.