declension

[ dih-klen-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF declension

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECLENSION

A verb is a word capable of declension and conjugation also.

Squire Gregory carried on the declension, not without pride.

Whence came the declension of their empire, but from the neglect of arms?

The purposes of declension are answered by particles and prepositions.

How long have you been working at the first declension in the Latin grammar, Jamie?

The declension will be gradual, but it will be perfectly steady.

This is answered in the negative, by a load of debt, and the declension of trade.

The good Maxime does not know a declension, but that does not matter.

In the same way there is no declension of the pronoun for case.

Hence, declension begins with the formation of the plural number.

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