Verb synonyms

vûrb
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Not conforming to legality, moral law, or social convention:
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(Grammar) modal verb
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(Grammar) The uninflected form of a verb. In English, this is usually formed with the verb stem preceded by 'to'. e.g. 'to sit'
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Possessing, or capable of possessing, a distinct denomination or designation; denominable.
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Serving as a sign, indication or suggestion of something
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(Gram.) Designating a verb that does not require a direct object
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Expressed in more words than are necessary.
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Of, like, or consisting of a phrase or phrases
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Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of a preposition.
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Of, relating to, or being a mood of a verb used in some languages for contingent or hypothetical action, action viewed subjectively, or grammatically subordinate statements.
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Having a solid basis; firm.
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Supplying deficiencies; supplementary; suppletory.
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(Algebra, of a group action) Such that, for any two elements of the acted-upon set, some group element maps the first to the second.
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A person who, in connection with a litigation, makes a sworn statement, usually orally, in deposition; occasionally in a writing such as an affidavit. See also affiant.
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(Grammar) A verbal form that functions as a verbal noun. (In English, a gerund has the same spelling as a present participle, but functions differently.)
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(Grammar) A form of a verb that may function as an adjective or noun. English has two types of participles: the present participle and the past participle.
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(Nonstandard, slang) To derive a verb from a pre-existing noun.
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The use of a noun as though it were a verb; conversion into a verb
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Held in or used as a reserve:
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