Abecedary (English, adjective)

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Term or phrase abecedary
Language English
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Function in sentence or vocabulary adjective
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Definition [R]elating to the alphabet; needing the alphabet, illiterate.
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Source of definition in print Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary"
Significant terms and phrases alphabet, illiterate

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alphabet +  and illiterate +
[R]elating to the alphabet; needing the alphabet, illiterate. +
Shipley, Joseph T., Dictionary of Early English (New York: Philosophical Library, 1955), s.v. "abecedary" +