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Morphological object

MORPHOLOGY: a term that is introduced in DiSciulllo & Williams (1987) to refer to one important conception of the notion 'word', viz. the conception of word as an entity constructed out of morphological atoms (= morphemes) by (concatenative) processes of affixation and compounding.
LIT. Di Sciullo, A. M. and E. Williams (1987)