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Definition of the adverb adjectivally
What does adjectivally mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- as an adjective; in an adjectival manner
Alternative definition of the adverb adjectivally
- As, or in the manner of, an adjective.
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by Henry Watson Fowler
adjectivally, adjeetlvely, Ac. Ad- jectmally & substantioaüy are preferable to adjectwely & substantively (et. ablattvely) because (1) the words adjective & (in the grammatical sense) substantive are now regarded as nouns ...
by Peter J. Gosling
It is strictly speaking an adverb, but is often used adjectivally. Contrast IN VITRO. involuntary muscle (histology) MUSCLE not under conscious control, located in internal organs and tissues, e.g. in the ALIMENTARY CANAL and BLOOD ...
A - D by Hensleigh Wedgwood
used adjectivally, bat-en, made of bats, as wooden, made of wood. To Batter. — Battery. Battery, a beating, an arrangement for giving blows, is a simple adoption of Fr. batterie, from battre, to beat. From battery was probably formed to batter ...
— adverb adjectivally: Lots of nouns are used adjectivally.
by Robert Gordon Latham
adjectivally. Or only look across the lawn, Look out below your bower-eaves. Look down. and let your blue eyes dawn Upon the thro' the jasmine-leaves. Tennyson, Margaret. Iafindlced. adj. See extract from Quincy. Why should a man, whose ...
by Funk & Wagnalls Company
A margin or edge; outer portion or limit; brink; verge; frontier: used also adjectivally. [< F. bordure, < D. boord, edge.] — bor'der-er, n. One who dwells on a ...
by Nicholas Atkin, Michael Biddiss, Frank Tallett
The term “soviet" also appeared adjectivally in the labeling of the conglomeration of Russian-dominated "socialist republics” formally constituted in December 1922 . Thereafter its use became extended to describe any feature of this communist ...
For the Use of Students by John R. Clark Hall
(used adjectivally) such. 3. (as relative) и hich. (ЛЕ). swilс...hwilс such...as , so... as swilс...swilс so пиch (тапу)...as; as пиch (тапу)...а». (Goth. swaleiks) вwilce (e, eo, y) adv. and conj 1. (with indic.) just as, as, in like татner, in such таппет, ...
by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren
forms used adjectivally. Both the verbal and the adjectival forms possess a broad spectrum of meanings, comprising aesthetic. ethical. and theological domains.) Sirach uses ...
by Emma Previato
derived, actually or conceptually, from molecules of lower relative molecular mass, it may be described as oligomeric, or by oligomer used adjectivally. one- dimensional Ising model One of the most important models in statistical mechanics.
Dictionary of Parasitology (2005)
by Peter J. Gosling
It is, strictly speaking, an adverb but is often used adjectivally. Contrast in vivo. in vivo (biology) From the Latin, meaning 'in a living thing'. A term used for processes that happen in a living organism. It does not imply that the process described ...
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Scrabble value of A1D2J8E1C3T1I1V4A1L1L1Y4
The value of this 12-letter word is 28 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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