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88 examples of  construc  in sentences

88 examples of construc in sentences

Accordingly, whether may be said for the questionable according Accusative before infin., in Lat. and Gr., of what reckoned the subject whether the construc.

can in general be imitated in Eng. who adopt the Lat. doctrine of what our nearest approach to the Lat. construc.

by terms of, your Majesty, your Highness, &c., in what construc.

against Ago and since, difference between AGREEMENT, of words, defined with what synonymous Agreement, how many of the parts of speech in Eng., incapable of; none necessary between words unrelated as differing from relation of words in the same construc.

Latin, names of the letters of, scarcely known even to the learned; account of its letters A perfect alphabet in Eng., what it would effect Letters of the alphabet, when and how used in the sciences Alphabetic writing, its advantage over the syllabic Ambiguous, construc., with respect to the class of a word do., with resp.

against Amen, use and import of Among and amongst, amid and amidst, different in sense and construc.

not taken as a noun insertion or omission of, with respect to a comparison or an alternation made with two nouns required in the construc.

denial to what construc.

censuring But, save, as well as, construc.

of only in ambiguous construc.

But and save, whether they ever govern the obj. case as prepositions Cannot but, construc.

opposite instructions concerning do. Cases, whether personal pronouns have two, only, rules for the construc.

notion of the construc.

nouns, partitive of plur., construc.

of, in place of his former one, true nature of whether always required in a comparison of two objects with what construc.

than double, how to be considered and treated Comparative terminations, to what adjectives not to be applied Compar. degree in Gr. and in Lat., construc.

Comparison or contrast of things, the resemblance or opposition how rendered more striking Complex prepositions, how may be formed Composite orders of verse, what uniformity of construc.

al., concerning Cum with an ablative, Lat., ("Dux CUM aliquibus," &c.,) the construc. imitated in Eng. canon on do.

laid; what rhyme it generally forms is not very common; seldom pure and regular shown in its eight measures has been but little noticed by prosodists and grammarians misconceived and misrepresented Rev. D. BLAIR Dare, construc.

names, and written with capital Deaf and dumb The deaf and dumb, to whom the letters represent no sounds, learn to read and write; what inferred herefrom Defective verb, what verb so called which tenses of, wanting Defective verbs, whether they should be reckoned a distinct class may, can, must, and shall, not to be referred to the class of will, beware, &c., construc.

Double letter retained Doubling, certain letters incline to; others, do not Doubtful case after a part., in what kind of examples found; the construc.

sentences to be supplied in parsing supposed, may change the construc.

Enumeration of numbers, see Addition Epicene nouns, see Generic Names Epithets, new compound, poets frequently form Equivalence, the argument of, has often led into errors Equivocal, or ambiguous construc.

N. directed against Feel, its construc.

Few and many, form and construc.

From forth, from out, construc.

Generic names, sense and construc.

of "Genitives, double," discovered by our grammarians, the true explanation of all such Gentile names, nature and construc.

gerund its nature and construc.

mood, by what governed; (see To:) true construc.

placing of Greek construc.

Interrogative pronouns, defined what they severally demand their use and construc.

in what differ from relatives are always of the third pers. declined their place in a sentence their construc.

of absolute construc.

of have no construc.

as explet., and referring to something expressed afterwards; faulty omission of, before verb, in such construc. had formerly no variation of cases its poss.

with, in ellipt. construc.

Leading principles in the construc.

Let, verb, its construc, with an infin.

Make, verb, whether to should be suppressed, and be, inserted, after, ("MAKE yourself BE heard," BLAIR,) its construc.

Mean, means, use and construc.

No, as negative adj., "remarkable ambiguity in the use of," noticed by PRIESTL., ("No laws are better than the English;") how the ambiguity may be avoided as a simple negation, its construc.

so terms; the prop. construc.

Not only, not merely, to what are correspondents Notwithstanding, import and construc.

doctrine concerning, to what teaching it has given rise O, &c., with a case following, Lat. construc.

Ourself, anomalous form peculiar to the regal style, peculiar construc.

of. Own, its origin and import; its class and construc.

and mixed construc.

mood, instances of, every mixed construc.

verbs contrasted with active-trans, verbs, in respect to the object or the agent of the action; their compos, and construc.

in o preceded by a consonant, construc.

of one with an other, ("For DAVID my SERVANT'S sake,") the construc.

in abstract construc., ("All MINE are THINE,") as governed by a part, the construc.

in abstract construc., ("All MINE are THINE,") as governed by a part, the construc.

rule for the construc.

words commonly reckoned, (in, on, of, &c.,) used after infinitives or participles, in adverbial construc., ("Houses to eat and drink IN") Prepositions, List of grammarians differ considerably in their tables of; do.

The brief assertion, that "Prepositions govern the obj. case," wherein is exceptionable as the sole rule for both terms Prepositions, ellipt. construc.

or clause, what the construc.

in the same construc.; erron. remark of PRIESTL., MURR., et al., concerning the latter Preposition, the separating of, from its noun, false doctrine of LOWTH, MURR., et al., concerning Prepositions, prop, choice of do., with respect to the allowable uses of as adapted in meaning to two objects, or to more Preposition, ellips.

and adj., construc.

; how the terms may be ascertained by a learner terms of, to a prep., may be transposed; are very various; both usually expressed Relative pronouns, defined Relative pronouns, and their compounds, named; declined chief constructional peculiarities of two faulty special rules given by the grammarians, for construc.

of, noticed construc.

See also Who, Which, &c. Repetition, of a noun or pronoun, what construc.

LOWTH'S account of Sans, from Fr., signif., and where read Sabaoth, see Deity Same cases, construc.

of do., on what founded what position of the words, admitted by the construc.

Same case, after what verbs, except those which are pass., taken Same cases, notice of the faulty rules given by LOWTH, MURR., et al., for the construc.

on, cited Sapphics, burlesque, examples of Save, saving, as denoting exception, class and construc.

TO its construc.

N. respecting Self-naming letters Semicolon, point for what purpose used from what takes its name when adopted in England is useful and necessary, though discarded by some late grammarians Rules for the use of Semivowel, defined Semivowels named; nature of w and y; sound of certain, as aspirates Sense and construc.

Somehow or other, somewhere or other, what the construc.

, what, differs from mere words and mere grammar; not regulated entirely by rules of construc.

of those of MURR., shown, the true nature of; how may be used; to what is applicable; the explanations of, by the copyists of MURR., criticised, whether not applicable to two objects, when employed, what construc.

," BROWN determines with respect to the construc.

PRONOUN, to what applied as used in anomalous construc.

, its peculiarity of construc.

Time, measure, distance, or value, nouns of, their peculiarity of construc.

TIMES, before an other noun, by way of MULTIPLICATION, the nature and construc.

Times, in what construc.

to the Eng. of WICKL., To, before infin., evasive teachings of the later grammarians concerning its class and construc.

, of what character all former lists of, have been Verbs, of asking and teaching, construc.

Whatever or whatsoever, its peculiarities of construe., the same as those of what; its use in simp, relation its construc.

; construc, of do., with antecedent nouns of time, &c., how far allowable derivation of, from Anglo-Sax.

than who, in all personifications its construc.

Withal its class and construc.

parts of speech, their construc.

Strength Worshiper, whether properly written with a single or a double p Worth, its class and construc.

affirmation, construc.

of construc.