verbality

verbality

(vɜːˈbælɪtɪ)
n
the quality or state of being verbal
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What is needed in addition to verbality is pictoriality, pictures as well as words.
Communication deficits are variable and appear early [2], ranging from absence of verbality to more specific linguistic difficulties.
This article will concentrate on the issues of verbality, representation, hybridity, and context, and it will develop the discussion in the light of Hindu and Buddhist thought.
multimodal) sequence in which verbality prevails against a background of dramatic images.
This is understandable insofar as adjectives are somewhat closer to verbs on the "cline of verbality" between nouns and verbs.
Consequently, the author's language no longer expressed a clear meaning, but a simultaneity of verbality and preverbality.
Still, Browning covered a lot of the media waterfront in his day, and his steadfast enlistment of plastic, visual, and performing arts as adjuncts to his own preternatural verbality suggest a remarkable openness to different learning, cognizing, and communicative "styles" that may command heightened respect among our disciplinary descendants.
Nevertheless, a more conservative view of the Old English weak verb would be that the stem formations mark simply absorption of verbality, which may in particular instances involve a variety of notional distinctions--with, certainly, causative and inchoative being prominent among them.
Lily creates space and its content simultaneously, condensing places, characters, and verbality into forms and their enveloping intersubjective space.
But the child's insistence on a physical reality amidst verbality is not simply an endorsement of the corporeal over the book-bound quibbling of Fossile and his colleagues.
In fact, I've noticed Brits on the airwaves sadly imitating this vogue, and French verbality once revealing that jewel of a language, now, too, seems to require the buttress of Anglo-solecisms, and just language of a more rudimentary kind than should be showcased.
The Maltese themselves, deprived for many centuries of the recognition of their speech medium (Maltese) in official life, had to rely on memory (verbality).