- Grammar A word or word-group, including an adjective, this is certainly placed next to the noun it modifies without a linking verb; for instance, pale into the pale woman.
- An attributive word or expression (see above), compared with predicative.
- A word that denotes an attribute; esp. a modifying term joined to a noun; an adjective or adjective term.
- Grammar Of, regarding, or being an attributive, as an adjective.
- Of or obtaining the nature of an attribution or feature.
- Modifying a noun, while in the exact same term as that noun.
- Having the nature of an attribute.
- Attributing; pertaining to, revealing, or assigning an attribute; of nature of an attribute.
- of adjectives; put before the nouns they modify
- regarding or getting the personality of attribution: because, the attributive usage or connection of particular terms; attributive characteristics or insignia; an attributive judgment (in reasoning).
- In sentence structure, with respect to or revealing an attribute; utilized (as a word) in direct information without predication: as, a bad pen, a burning house, a ruined man.
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- Grammar A word or word-group, including an adjective,…
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