neustic

neustic

(ˈnjuːstɪk)
n
(Linguistics) linguistics the part of a sentence which differs with the mood of the sentence
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Example (64) represents an extension of phasal deja to Hare's "neustic" (cf.
These last few uses of deja and gia are of relatively recent coinage, they are not common to the two languages, and in both cases, the particle has scope not over what Hare calls the phrastic level (i.e., the level of propositional content as such), but rather over the tropic or neustic level of the utterance.