grammatical

[gruh-mat-i-kuhl]
adjective
1.
of or pertaining to grammar: grammatical analysis.
2.
conforming to standard usage: grammatical speech.

Origin:
1520–30; < Latin grammatic(us) (< Greek grammatikós knowing one's letters, equivalent to grammat-, stem of grámma letter + -ikos -ic) + -al1

grammatically, adverb
antigrammatical, adjective
antigrammatically, adverb
antigrammaticalness, noun
hypergrammatical, adjective
hypergrammatically, adverb
hypergrammaticalness, noun
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grammatical (ɡrəˈmætɪkəl)
 
adj
1.  of or relating to grammar
2.  (of a sentence) well formed; regarded as correct and acceptable by native speakers of the language
 
gram'matically
 
adv
 
gram'maticalness
 
n

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Example sentences
At the same time, sequence became relevant as language evolved from mere grunts
  to grammatically complex sentences.
By this way, even if grammatically the result appears wrong, it seems a great
  advantage compared with monolingual speakers.
They also look for content, not necessarily that it's grammatically correct and
  punctuated properly.
Someone more grammatically attuned can probably better punctuate those sentence.
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