Definition of Declarative mood

1. Noun. A mood (grammatically unmarked) that represents the act or state as an objective fact.

Exact synonyms: Common Mood, Declarative, Fact Mood, Indicative, Indicative Mood
Generic synonyms: Modality, Mode, Mood
Derivative terms: Declarative



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Declarative Mood

declaims
declamation
declamations
declamatory
declamping phenomenon
declamping shock
declarable
declarant
declarants
declaration
declaration of estimated tax
declaration of war
declarations
declarative
declarative memory
declarative mood (current term)
declarative sentence
declaratively
declarativity
declarator
declaratorily
declarators
declaratory
declaratory judgment
declaratory judgments
declaratory sentence
declare
declare oneself
declare war
declared

Literary usage of Declarative mood

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1. Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar by Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve (1905)
"It is sometimes called the declarative mood, as the mood of direct assertion. The use of the Latin Indicative differs little from the English. REMARKS.—1. ..."

2. A Practical Grammar of the English Language by Noble Butler (1879)
"Remarks—1. There are many modes of expressing the action or state, and some grammarians have made a large number of moods. We read of the declarative mood, ..."

3. The Grammar of English Grammars: With an Introduction, Historical and by Goold Brown (1858)
"Id. " Thus the declarative mood [io, the indicative mood] may be used in asking a question ; as, ' What man is frail ?' " — Id. " What connection has motive ..."

4. Syntax of Classical Greek from Homer to Demosthenes: First Part: The Syntax by Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve, Charles William Emil Miller (1900)
"It is sometimes called the declarative mood or mood of direct assertion. <H|ií, / say. 362. USE OF THE INDICATIVE. — The use of the Greek indicative is in ..."

5. Rhetoric of Vocal Expression: A Study of the Properties of Thought as by William Benton Chamberlain (1892)
"... or declarative mood. Soon, however, he finds it necessary to present considerations which suggest ideas in distinct relations, especially that of ..."

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