syn·tax
ˈsinˌtaks/
noun
  1. the arrangement of words and phrases to create well-formed sentences in a language.
    “the syntax of English”
    • a set of rules for or an analysis of this.
      plural noun: syntaxes
      “generative syntax”
    • the branch of linguistics that deals with this.
       
      Stitch language
      Detail of pins in acid dye wool fabric with needle and thread. The syntax, without words, without speaking.

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