solecistically

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Etymology[edit]

From solecistic +‎ -ally.

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solecistically (comparative more solecistically, superlative most solecistically)

  1. (manner) In a solecistic way; in a way that involves solecism.
    • 1819, Timothy Dwight, Theology: Explained and Defended in a Series of Sermons, Volume 5, page 143,
      Accordingly, Dr. Young says forcibly, and justly, though solecistically,
      " A shameless woman is the worst of men."
    • 1998, Dr. David Rowland, The Cambridge Companion to the Piano, page 222,
      Several of the most individual players who had success in the fusion field, however, were originally jazzmen whose first love was the conventional piano, now frequently and solecistically known as the ‘acoustic piano’ (or, by those who strongly prefer it, by the ironic name of ‘steam piano’).
    • 2008, David Bentley Hart, In the Aftermath: Provocations and Laments, page 199,
      The subtitle of his already solecistically entitled The Blind Watchmaker informs us that “the evidence of evolution reveals a universe without design”: [] .

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