- of or relating to grammar: grammatical analysis.
- conforming to standard usage: grammatical speech.
Origin of grammatical
Examples from the Web for grammatical
The fact that some prescriptive rules are valuable does not mean that every grammatical injunction should be obeyed.Go Ahead, End With a Preposition: Grammar Rules We All Can Live With
November 3, 2014
The current issue is also filled with dozens of grammatical errors and spelling mistakes.It Was All a Dream: Drama, Bullshit, and the Rebirth of The Source Magazine
October 14, 2014
On the other hand, the grammatical errors and similarities to the Gospel of Thomas are still a problem.The ‘Gospel of Jesus’s Wife’ is Still as Big a Mystery as Ever
April 13, 2014
The clash of English with the grammatical form of the Irish language gave it new color and shape.How I Write: Paul Lynch
December 18, 2013
What the diatribe lacked in grammatical proficiency, it made up for in drama.Netflix Promises More ‘Arrested Development,’ Batman Prequel Coming to Fox
September 25, 2013
Grammatical and exegetical questions and the content of the passage are discussed.College Teaching
Grammatical peculiarities may be noted at the end of the book, and the page added.
The saving of time shown by the Grammatical Method is due to generalisation.
Their Latin was grammatical, but very like dog-Latin for all that.
Thus a certain point of grammatical knowledge is present in a subject.The Categories
- of or relating to grammar
- (of a sentence) well formed; regarded as correct and acceptable by native speakers of the language
Word Origin and History for grammatical
1520s, from Middle French grammatical and directly from Late Latin grammaticalis "of a scholar," from grammaticus "pertaining to grammar" (see grammar). Related: Grammatically (c.1400).