sentencewise

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From sentence +‎ -wise.

Adjective[edit]

sentencewise (comparative more sentencewise, superlative most sentencewise)

  1. Of or relating to a sentence or sentences.
    • 1975, Alan Kennedy, Alan Wilkes, Social Science Research Council (Great Britain), Studies in long term memory:
      Since in these two paradigms the probe words could be taken from the whole sentence, they are called the 'sentencewise' paradigms ('forward' and 'backward', respectively). The results for these two sentencewise paradigms are summarized [...]

Adverb[edit]

sentencewise (comparative more sentencewise, superlative most sentencewise)

  1. In a manner relating to sentences; sentence by sentence.
    • 1982, Clark Coolidge, Mine: the one that enters the stories:
      The size of wall at which I do not greet the night but inch along after it sentencewise.