Online Etymology Dictionary, 2010 Douglas Harper.The irony of signs that have come to signify difference is that they are at once reductive, yet simultaneously contextual.

There are serious flaws attached to any contextual attempt to understand the meaning of the word "person" in the Constitution for due process purposes.Contextual - relating to or determined by or in context; " contextual information translations contextual kntekstjl ADJ contextual contextual kntkstul adj issue, account contextuel (le) contextual kntkstjl adj contestuale Want to thank TFD for its existence?

From, cambridge English Corpus.From, cambridge English Corpus, he or she will be unlikely to perseverate, regardless of the contextual manipulations.From Cambridge English Corpus It is against this imposed hegemony (often criticised as white and imperialistic) that contextual theology arose as a contested discipline.