This also addresses the objection that commonsense public languages "supervene" on collections of biopsychological idiolects
in a way that somehow gives rise to unique logical properties.
This is relative to idiolects
considered synchronically rather than diachronically.
This set of idiosyncratic linguistic features has been called idiolect
which Coulthard (2006) defines as quoted below:
Clearly, amid the elaborate dance of idiolects
in Lawrence's novel, some are more equal than others.
If you were incautious you might think it the author's sentiment, but the connoisseur of Austen's idiolects
will know that it is not so.
Stylistics in translation: Differences between character idiolects
in original and translated plays.
One of the features of Tughlaq's idiolect
is that it is marked by literary tropes--figurative language, metaphors, alliterations, rhyme and rhythm.
4) For that reason the results of the 2006 analysis are in some places more reliant on idiolects
Spicer's essay "Reggatta de Blanc" aims to confront stylistic eclecticism in the music of The Police, and, indeed, to serve as a model for analyzing the stylistic idiolects
of similarly eclectic artists.
whenever the very expectation of conclusive evaluation is undercut by local assonances with one of the portrayed characters' idiolects
Conversation succumbs to monologue: Everyone rants, or issues stinging declarations--diverse idiolects
remixed into philosophical investigations.
by creating transitional idiolects
with specific rules and patterns that are later given up.
Dialogue needs to be reproduced in the local flavor with the creation of unique idiolects
He thus insists on the socially typifying nature of language, and believes that the novel best represents this plurality of socioideological idiolects
Indices of psychological salience include, among others, (1) a tendency to occur at the beginning of elicited lists of color terms, (2) stability of reference across informants and across occasions of use, and (3) occurrence in the idiolects
of all informants.