Definition of orthographically in English:



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‘Overall, evidence from Hebrew shows indeed that these ambiguous letters are orthographically represented last and the weakest.’
  • ‘Inevitably, these sites are being called photologs (or, more commonly, the more orthographically challenged fotologs).’
  • ‘By ANALOGY, an intrusive r occurs where it is not etymologically or orthographically justified: sofa rhymes with gopher, but in The sofa/r is lost an r sound often intrudes.’
  • ‘Cross-cutting these distinctions, we need to distinguish between the way that such sounds are performed, and the way that they're represented orthographically.’
  • ‘It's pretty common for the syllable written with orthographic ‘y’ to vanish in this word, in versions generally indicated orthographically as ever'body, but to get to urr'body we need to lose another syllable as well.’



/ˌôrTHəˈɡrafək(ə)lē/ /ˌɔrθəˈɡræfək(ə)li/