The wisdom of such a terminological expedient is, of course, not in question here.
Its popular designation preserves its early ecclesiastical associations, though with some degree of "terminological inexactitude."
Now, being a busy man, he gave little heed to the terminological convolutions of names among the British aristocracy.
Not content with these "terminological inexactitudes," they went so far as to take a photograph to prove their contention.
He got out of the difficulty by calling it a "terminological inexactitude."
That record, sir, absolutely proves that this man deals in terminological inexactitudes.
terminological parallels are especially convincing in such cases.