- the patterns of word formation in a particular language, including inflection, derivation, and composition.
- the study and description of such patterns.
- the study of the behavior and combination of morphemes.
OTHER WORDS FROM morphology
How to use morphology in a sentence
Since their morphology, their skeletons and teeth, look so much like wolves, we just assumed they were closely related to gray wolves.
The race nearest geographically, as well as morphologically, is Dipodomys ordii priscus.Speciation in the Kangaroo Rat, Dipodomys ordii|Henry W. Setzer
It will be seen from this description that, morphologically speaking, we cannot attach much importance to the formative cells.
Morphologically, however, it appears to correspond with the opening of the segmental duct in Amphibia.
Inorganic crystals correspond morphologically to the simplest (unnucleated) forms of the organic cells.
However, the latter is by no means a real, chemically and morphologically distinct, nucleus.