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literary language  formal writing  literary dialect  literary English
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Literary language is the form of a language used when writing in a formal, academic, or particularly polite tone; when speaking in such a tone, it is also known as formal language. Wikipedia
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Literary language is the form of a language used when writing in a formal, academic, or particularly polite tone; when speaking in such a tone, it is also known as formal language. Wikipedia
Form of a language used in its literary writing, either a non-standard dialect or standardized variety of the language Wikidata
A register (style) of a language that is used in writing only. It often differs in lexicon (choice of words) and syntax from the language used in speech. OmegaWiki
A register of a language that is used in literary writing. Wiktionary
Register of a language used in literary writing. Wiktionary (translation)
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