Definition of lexicographical in English:

lexicographical

Pronunciation /ˌleksəkəˈɡrafək(ə)l/ /ˌlɛksəkəˈɡræfək(ə)l/

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adjective

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‘I don't know what makes words catch on, but I know you can't just stick bits of other words together, however ingeniously, and expect an awed speech community to take your lexicographical collage to its bosom.’
  • ‘Though I'll confess to a recreational curiosity about the expressions themselves, there are a couple of larger issues here that may excuse an indulgence in lexicographical minutiae.’
  • ‘This is a joke with a few lexicographical layers.’
  • ‘I believe that, failing the discovery of the lexicographical equivalent of the crock of gold at the end of the rainbow, we are unlikely to find out the truth about this one.’
  • ‘There is no lexicographical nor etymological reason for this.’