One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘There is no doubt that this ostensively highly intelligent audience received his lecture with enthusiasm and acclaim.’
- ‘Drinking was ostensively forbidden under their roof, so Hemingway drank clandestinely in his room, drawing from a host of liberated Italian liqueurs hidden in his bookcases.’
- ‘Foundationalist empiricism recognizes two source of meaning: some terms derive their meanings ostensively, by correlation with whatever is ‘directly presented’ in experience.’
- ‘How did these lists - which ostensively are trying to measure the same thing - get so dissimilar?’
- ‘Bishop is closer to the modernists on this front and closer, particularly, to what Altieri calls ‘the romantic values they were ostensively denying’.’
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