Can some words be both meaningful and meaningless depending on the context?

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While logically, proper names (‘this’ or ‘that’ which all mainly call out to the sensations and immediately get the agent’s attention) do have referents and descriptive phrases like (‘the smallest number less than pi) must be seen as quantifiers such as ‘all’ and ‘some’. All these words are to be seen as words that gain meaning once they are being used in a sentence and otherwise lose their meanings and become completely meaningless. In other words, there are some phrases that may add to the meaning...
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