Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of adjectivize.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And so, with moderate fanfare and some head-scratching, Marvel decided to do a remake of The Hulk, this time letting you know it was going to be much better than its 2003 incarnation by adjectivizing its title: The Incredible Hulk.

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  • And so, with moderate fanfare and some head-scratching, Marvel decided to do a remake of The Hulk, this time letting you know it was going to be much better than its 2003 incarnation by adjectivizing its title: The Incredible Hulk.

    The Incredible Hulk

  • More important is that it is inaccurate and does not comply with the Arabic way of adjectivizing, as in the case with Sunni.

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  • More important is that it is inaccurate and does not comply with the Arabic way of adjectivizing, as in the case with Sunni.

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  • More important is that it is inaccurate and does not comply with the Arabic way of adjectivizing, as in the case with Sunni.

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  • More important is that it is inaccurate and does not comply with the Arabic way of adjectivizing, as in the case with Sunni.

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  • More important is that it is inaccurate and does not comply with the Arabic way of adjectivizing, as in the case with Sunni.

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  • More important is that it is inaccurate and does not comply with the Arabic way of adjectivizing, as in the case with Sunni.

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