inflect

[ in-flekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inflect

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFLECT

Now it would have been absurd to inflect a long English lesson.

Can you so inflect "sprawling in want" and "sitting high" as to suggest a swamp and a mountain-top, or a frog and an angel?

(e) To memorize words and to learn to inflect them, before memorizing and learning how to construct sentences.

And we yet retain an objective case of the pronoun, and inflect it for person, number and gender.

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