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semeiotic (comparative more semeiotic, superlative most semeiotic)

  1. Alternative form of semiotic
    • 2007 April, JB Schreiber, CM Moss, JM Staab, “A preliminary examination of a theoretical model for researching educator beliefs”, in Semiotica, 164, 153-172:
      We propose that a more semeiotic understanding of the processes inherent in belief formation, transformation, and transmission may have particular utility.