Participial

• (a.) Having, or partaking of, the nature and use of a participle; formed from a participle; as, a participial noun. • (n.) A participial word.
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participial

(Participle (participial)) Words made from verbs that are used either with an auxiliary to create a verb tense (e.g. was eaten) or as an adjective to describe a noun (e.g. an eating apple) or as a noun to label a thing (e.g. the singing was loud). Notice that because the participles all derive from verbs, they always retain the idea of action in th...
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participial

adjective of or relating to or consisting of participles; `participial inflections`
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Participial

Par`ti·cip'i·al adjective [ Latin participialis : confer English participal . See Participle .] Having, or partaking of, the nature and use of a participle; formed from a participle; as, a participial noun. Lowth.
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participial

[adj] - (grammar) relating to participles
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