underlyingly


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underlyingly

(ˌʌndəˈlaɪɪŋlɪ)
adv
in an underlying manner
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Nonetheless, underlyingly branching onsets are banned from surfacing in this variety.
Unemployment may be underlyingly associated with the occurrence of depression (Mihaila et al., 2016) and the latter may be instrumental to a diminished likelihood of reemployment.
Liam Tamne's interpretation of Frank-N-Furter was not my favourite - too slapstick and not underlyingly sexy enough.
Since /b/ is underlyingly voiced the initial consonant of the /-di/ suffix remains voiced.
The transitivity of such verbal forms is cross-linguistically unremarkable since the forms are, in a sense, underlyingly verbs; in contrast it is the existence of transitive lexical nouns and adjectives that is typologically rare and worthy of further investigation.
However, previously or underlyingly, both vowels had to/have to occur simultaneously, even if at different points of the sequence.
With this ranking, for vowels that are underlyingly assigned to [nasal], harmony is obligatory if the adjacent segments are also [+sonorant].
The two properties she investigates are underlyingly unified in the Bare Noun/Proper Name parameter.
First, it has been suggested to analyze some verbs of emotion that take an experiencer subject and a theme as underlyingly causative verbs of emotion whereby the theme causes the experiencer to go through the emotion denoted by the predicate (McCawley Akatsuka 1976).
These nominalizations follow two different patterns of stress placement, one in which the stress underlyingly lies on the suffix (I refer to it as Post-stem-Stressed Nominalizations, PSN), and one in which the stress comes from the stem (Stem-Stressed Nominalizations).
This means that a word which is underlyingly trisyllabic (three syllables) is realized as a disyllabic word on the surface representation.
The next year Waite started the Fellowship of the Rosy Cross as an underlyingly Christian secret society.