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II The Linguistic Means of Meaningful Expression
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adjective alliteration American English analysis aspect Beowulf Boetb British English called Cbrist Chaucer collocation colloquial common concept construction context cultural Dante defined distinguished elements EModJ emotive English language example fact figure Fortune function Godes grammatical hearer ibid idea instance J. R. Firth language lexical linguistic expression linguistic form linguistic sign literary logical Lord meaning mental metaphor Middle English morpheme morphology nature object occurs Old English parallel passage phonaesthetic phonetic phrase play poem poet poetic poetry polysemy predicate prepositions Professor quoted reference relation secg seems semantic change semantic field sememe sense sentence Shakespeare sometimes speaker speech structure stylistic symbol synonyms syntactic syntax T. S. Eliot theory thing thou thought tion Troilus and Criseyde Ullmann unit verb vocabulary whole word word-meaning Wulfstan's wyrd