Dialectical Definition

dīəlektikəl
adjective
Of or using dialectic.
Webster's New World
Of or characteristic of a dialect; dialectal.
Webster's New World
The definition of dialectical is a discussion that includes logical reasoning and dialogue, or something having the sounds, vocabulary and grammar of a specific way of speaking.
An example of something dialectical is a Lincoln Douglass style of debate, where both parties argue a point in a logical order.
An example of something dialectical is the sound of a southern person's accent.
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Of, or pertaining to dialectic; logically reasoned through the exchange of opposing ideas.

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