American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Formed from a verb, such as the noun worker derived from the verb work.
- adj. Used in derivation from a verb, such as the suffix -er in teacher.
- n. A deverbative word or element. Also called deverbal.
- adj. grammar Derived from a verb.
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