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  1. [grammar] A noun that denotes an idea, emotion, feeling, quality or other abstract or intangible concept

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Google previewThe Pearson Complete Guide For The Cat (2011)

by Sinha Nishit K

Abstract Nouns An abstract noun is a noun which names anything which can «o/ perceive through five physical senses. It is opposite of a concrete noun. Example, happiness, knowledge, kindness etc. Countable Nouns A countable noun is a ...

Google previewCengage Advantage Books: The Pocket Wadsworth Handbook (2011)

by Laurie Kirszner, Stephen Mandell

An abstract noun refers to an intangible idea or quality: love, hate, justice, anger, fear, prejudice. 2 Pronouns Pronouns are words used in place of nouns. The noun for which a pronoun stands is called its antecedent. If you use a quotation in ...

Google preview3rd Grade Practice (2012)

by Suzanne Barchers

An abstract noun is an idea, event, or quality. Friendship is an abstract noun. Directions: Look at the nouns below. Write each noun in the correct column. Word Bank anger apple apron barrel bubble cloth dime hive honesty hope jewel joy ...

Google previewMorphologie / Morphology. 1. Halbband (2000)

by Geert E. Booij, Christian Lehmann, Joachim Mugdan

A prototypical abstract noun is an action noun formed by nominalization. All nouns which are grammatically or semantically like the prototypical ones are abstract nouns. A concrete noun is then simply a common noun which is not abstract in ...

Google previewHomiletic Review (1907)

An International Magazine of Religion, Theology and Philosophy

An abstract noun is a noun expressive of qualities or a general attribute, as virtue, vice. A concrete noun is one that denotes a concrete object or the conception of it . With the exception of "inch,'' the words cited are abstract nouns. "Inch*" may ...

Google previewThe Missionary Review of the World (1907)

'inch '9“ An abstract noun is a noun expressive of qualities or a general attribute, as virtue, vice. A concrete noun is one that denotes a concrete object or the conception of it. With the exception of "inch," the words cited are abstract nouns.

Google previewEtymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of Difficult Words (1882)

by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer

Abstract noun . . ., infa-ncy, dece-ncy Noun, to be done .. leg[e]-nd, garl[aj-nd Noun, something to) memorandum, corrf. be done . . J ge-ndum Abstract noun,. .. good-ness, white-ness (Also added to Romance words, especially with "Jul" as a ...

Google previewHeinemann English Dictionary (2001)

by Martin Manser

abstract noun noun a noun which refers to thoughts, feelings and ideas, which cannot be touched. Compare CONCRETE NOUN. abstruse (ab-strcwce) adjective obscure or difficult to understand: / couldn 't follow ...

Google previewJunior School Dictionary (2002)

by Linsay Knight, Andrew Delahunty

representing lifelike people or things, but expressing yourself using colour and form: an abstract painting abstract noun 4 a summary Word Family, abstracted adjective preoccupied or lost in thought abstractly adverb abstraction noun absurd ...

Google previewRoutledge Dictionary of Language and Linguistics (2006)

by Hadumod Bussmann

abstract (=> abstract noun), masculine/feminine/ neuter, ...

Google previewMacmillan Dictionary for Children (2007)

by Christopher G. Morris

abstract noun Language.

Google previewWalker's Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1859)

Enlarged and Amended by P. Austin Nuttall

An Abstract noun may be deilned as a noun expressing some quality or property. These nouns have usually one of the terminations Hon, ness, ment, dom, ty, nee, or th — as, salvation, goodness, discernment, freedom, purity, benevolence, ...

Google previewWalker's Pronouncing Dictionary (1857)

In which the Accentuation, Orthography, and Pronunciation of the English Language are Distinctly Shown by John Walker, P. Austin Nuttall

An Abstract noun may be defined as a noun expressing some quality or property. These nouns have usually one of the terminations tion, ness, ment, dom, ty, nae, or th—as, salvation, goodness, discernment, freedom, purify. b9"e"°l81l¢¢, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Grammatical Terms in Linguistics (2013)

by R.L. Trask

abstract noun 4 abstract noun n. A noun whose meaning is an abstract concept ( truth, beauty, magnitude, consequence) or a noun denoting an event (arrival, explosion). Cf. concrete noun. acceptability /9ksept9'b111ti/ n. The degree to which ...

Google previewThe Primary English Encyclopedia (2012)

The Heart of the Curriculum by Margaret Mallett

NOTE TAKING See: study skills NOUN See also: abstract noun, collective noun, common noun, count noun, mass noun, noun clause, noun phrase, proper noun A noun ...

Google previewComparative Austronesian Dictionary (1995)

An Introduction to Austronesian Studies by Darrell T. Tryon

abstract noun characterising ROOT. a-ROOT-ig pa (R )-ROOT-ag Abstract noun reflecting process, source, result, or location of verbal ...

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