One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It's true that ‘under God’ sometimes appears in verse and religious writing used adjectivally.’
- ‘This adjectivally driven criticism often yields sophisticated contrapuntal readings that account for how imperialist ideology penetrated everyday life during the period.’
- ‘But in the Pledge, the phrase is used adjectivally, to modify nation.’
- ‘It is the past participle, used adjectivally, of the verb striegeln.’
- ‘It has never been obvious to me that that means corporations formed before 1901, and that is said to be a past participle, used adjectivally.’
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