anaphorically

anaphoric

[an-uh-fawr-ik, -for-]
adjective Grammar.
referring back to or substituting for a preceding word or group of words: anaphoric reference.

Origin:
1910–15; anaphor(a) + -ic

anaphorically, adverb
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anaphoric (ˌænəˈfɒrɪk)
 
adj
of or relating to anaphorism
 
ana'phorically
 
adv

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anaphoric
1914, coined by Jespersen in the grammatical sense; see anaphora. In the sentence, "Here are some apples; take one," the one is anaphoric.
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