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His own writing is invariably clear, his prose tautly built on nouns and verbs.
Entities are things, people, places, or concepts, which may be represented by nouns or names.
He said at the time that 99% of search queries on Yahoo have a noun in them.
This nesting of proper nouns helps to make higher math impenetrable not just to outsiders, but also to working mathematicians trying to read their way from one subfield into another.
Following the social science usage of the time, Mead never employed the term gender in anything other than a linguistic sense, such as nouns that might be classed as feminine, masculine, or neuter.
Compound nouns, when they become very common, tend to go from being written separately to being hyphenated to being written as one word.
First, compound nouns often like to be closed or hyphenated.
Your computer login or your video-game setup—login and setup here are nouns made from those open, two-word verb phrases.
I can find no authority for making it a collective noun, as Bell suggests.
This often becomes an abstract feminine noun, answering to the French termination -ée; armée in Mistral's language isPg 56 armado.
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nudniknoun | [nood-nik ]SEE DEFINITION