Meaning of sentential in English:


Pronunciation /s?n?t?n?(?)l/


Grammar Logic
  • Relating to a sentence.

    ‘sentential meaning’
    • ‘There are no sentential complements, though pronouns and some noun phrases can be used to refer to explicit or evoked propositions.’
    • ‘For many people, ‘feel like’ has become a complex verb that takes sentential complements.’
    • ‘This is an algebraic expression of the disjunctive normal form theorem of sentential logic.’
    • ‘His treatment of conditional sentences and disjunctions is more difficult to appraise, but it is at any rate clear that Aristotle made no efforts to develop a sentential logic.’
    • ‘By way of contrast, most sentential logics, while able to express inconsistencies, are complete and correct.’