Orthography in a sentence 🔊

Short Sentences for Orthography

1. The same orthography is adopted by other lexicographers. 🔊

2. The orthography is by no means of recent date. 🔊

3. Two are cited, in the loose orthography of the day. 🔊

4. But you must do more, and then the faults in orthography are too numerous. 🔊

How to use Orthography in Sentences?

1. And if there is much in orthography which is unsettled now, how much more would be unsettled then. 🔊

2. In a few words, modern writers are gradually purifying the orthography from its corruptions. 🔊

3. In England, the reactionary orthography of Samuel Johnson is no longer accepted by all. 🔊

4. The orthography is conformed to original record: s. 🔊

5. A correct orthography would render the pronunciation of the language as uniform as the spelling in books. 🔊

6. Even foreign names and titles should not be used without the exactest care as to their orthography and application. 🔊

7. A second scribe has occasionally corrected some mistakes of orthography made by the original copyist. 🔊

8. The orthography of this letter is copied from the original, with the exception of the abbreviations usual at that period. 🔊

9. The principal alterations necessary to render our orthography regular and easy are these: "1. 🔊

10. Possibly it is idle to look for any logic in anything which has to do with modern English orthography on either side of the ocean. 🔊

11. Sibyl was very good at expressing her feelings in words, but as yet she was a poor scribe, and her orthography left much to be desired. 🔊

12. The chirography was the fashionable "long English;" the diction was good, and the orthography faultless. 🔊

13. In America, the revolutionary orthography of Noah Webster has been receded from even by his own inheritors. 🔊

14. But a capital advantage of this reform in these States would be, that it would make a difference between the English orthography and the American. 🔊