adverb of denial

s LINGÜÍSTICA adverbi de negació

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  • adverb — I. noun Etymology: Middle English adverbe, from Middle French, from Latin adverbium, from ad + verbum word more at word Date: 14th century a word belonging to one of the major form classes in any of numerous languages, typically serving as a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • self-denial — /sɛlf dəˈnaɪəl/ (say self duh nuyuhl) noun the sacrifice of one s own desires; unselfishness. –self denying, adjective –self denyingly, adverb …   Australian English dictionary

  • ad|mit|ted|ly — «ad MIHT ihd lee», adverb. without denial; by general consent: »Admittedly the rules are strict. It is admittedly not easy for a proud nation to admit a serious mistake in judgment (James P. Warburg) …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|de|ni|a|bly — «UHN dih NY uh blee», adverb. beyond denial or dispute; certainly. SYNONYM(S): unquestionably …   Useful english dictionary

  • on the contrary — adverb contrary to expectations (Freq. 10) he didn t stay home; on the contrary, he went out with his friends • Syn: ↑contrarily, ↑to the contrary, ↑contrariwise • Derived from adjective: ↑contrary ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • patently — adverb formal a word meaning clearly, used about something that is so clearly bad that no reasonable person could disagree with that fact: The treatment is patently not working. | patently false/impossible/absurd/obvious etc: Her denial was swift …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Anaxagoras and the atomists — C.C.W.Taylor ANAXAGORAS In the course of the fifth century BC the political and cultural pre eminence of Athens attracted to the city a considerable number of intellectuals of various kinds from all over the Greek world. This phenomenon, the so… …   History of philosophy

  • flat - flatly — Flat is usually used as a noun or an adjective, but it is sometimes used as an adverb. ◊ flat used as a noun In British English, a flat is a set of rooms for living in, usually on one floor of a large building. ...a ground floor flat. See entry… …   Useful english dictionary

  • applied logic — Introduction       the study of the practical art of right reasoning. The formalism (formal logic) and theoretical results of pure logic can be clothed with meanings derived from a variety of sources within philosophy as well as from other… …   Universalium

  • French grammar — refers to the grammar of the French language, which is similar to that of the other Romance languages.French is a moderately inflected language. Nouns and most pronouns are inflected for number (singular or plural); adjectives, for the number and …   Wikipedia

  • negative — I. adjective Date: 15th century 1. a. marked by denial, prohibition, or refusal < received a negative answer >; also marked by absence, withholding, or removal of something positive < the negative motivation of shame Garrett Hardin > b. (1)… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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