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Definition of Factitively
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Literary usage of Factitively
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1. Essentials of English Grammar by William Dwight Whitney (1885)
"A verb, whether transitive or intransitive, is especially often used factitively when it is also used reflexively (306) : thus, they sang themselves hoarse; ..."
2. A Manual of Our Mother Tongue by Henry Marmaduke Hewitt (1889)
"This may be done in three ways, Attributively, Predicatively, and factitively, eg— (a) When the Adjective precedes the Noun, it is said qualify it ..."