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case1 in grammar, the syntactical relationship of a noun, pronoun, or adjective to other words in a sentence, indicated by its inflection or its position in the sentence. [1/9 definitions]
flection in grammar, inflection. [1/4 definitions]
Indo-European of or pertaining to a family of languages that share such characteristics as inflection, grammatical number, and usu. gender, including most European and many Indian and Southeast Asian languages. [1/5 definitions]
inflect in grammar, to alter the form of (a word) by inflection. [1/4 definitions]
inflectional of, relating to, having, or marked by inflection.
irregular in grammar or spelling, being an exception to the general rules, as of inflection. [1/10 definitions]
mood2 in grammar, a kind of verb inflection that indicates the way in which the speaker intends an utterance to be understood, whether as a wish or supposition, a demand, or a fact; mode.
parse in grammar, to describe (a word or group of words) by explaining the part of speech, inflection, function, and the like. [1/3 definitions]
periphrastic formed with an auxiliary verb or a particle instead of an inflection, such as "it did ring" rather than "it rang". [1/2 definitions]
punctuation the process or an instance of adding certain marks, such as the question mark or comma, to groups of written words so as to indicate a pause, subordination, or quotation, or otherwise clarify meaning or inflection. [1/2 definitions]
regular in grammar, having or following the most common pattern of inflection, construction, or the like. [1/12 definitions]