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 (sĕn-tĕn′shəl, -shē-əl)
adj. Linguistics
Of or relating to a sentence.

sen·ten′tial·ly adv.
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Hence, both SMT and EBMT rely on a sententially aligned bilingual corpus.
This square may be read, sententially, as Lived I, mad Eva, saved amid evil.
The last statement of the essay sententially warns us against the facile nature of these accusations and the intractable "error" that de-legitimizes them: "It is much easier to accuse one sex than to excuse the other.