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In uninflected languages, like English and Chinese, there is nothing but the order of the words to distinguish their functions.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
The Rubric, therefore, ordered that the Lessons should be said to uninflected song.
RITES AND RITUALPHILIP FREEMAN
These are properly the only degrees, though the simple, uninflected form is usually called the positive degree.
AN ENGLISH GRAMMARW. M. BASKERVILL AND J. W. SEWELL
Hence the Celtic tongues are pre-eminently uninflected in the way of declension.
It is as important to learn the right inflected forms of a word as to learn the uninflected word.
The word blind in both instances remains an adjective, and is shown to remain so by its being uninflected.
The uninflected form of al, all, can be used before all forms of the definite article: in al dr wrlte, in all the world.
The uninflected form of the adjective is used side by side with the inflected in the Nom.
Again Mrs. Bindle's hard, uninflected words sounded like the accents of destiny.
MRS. BINDLEHEBERT JENKINS
It is, as has been previously shown, uninflected in the genitive or possessive case.

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nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION