Etymology
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sentential (adj.)

late 15c., sentencial, "full of wisdom," of maxims, etc., from Latin sententialis, from sententia "thought; expression of a thought" (see sentence (n.)). By 1640s as "of or pertaining to a sentence." Related: Sententially.

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Definitions of sentential

sentential (adj.)
of or relating to a sentence;
the sentential subject
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