Definition of Pronominal phrase

1. Noun. A phrase that functions as a pronoun.

Exact synonyms: Pronominal
Generic synonyms: Phrase



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pronominal Phrase

pronging
prongs
prongy
pronic
pronities
pronity
pronk
pronked
pronking
pronks
pronoia
pronomial
pronominal
pronominal adverb
pronominal adverbs
pronominal phrase (current term)
pronominal verb
pronominal verbs
pronominalize
pronominalized
pronominalizes
pronominalizing
pronominally
pronota
pronotal
pronotaries
pronotary
pronotum
pronoun
pronounal

Literary usage of Pronominal phrase

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1. English grammar by Frederick Avarne White, Ben Jonson (1882)
"Or if a pronoun comes after the preposition it may be a pronominal phrase; thus in the sentence, " Weep not for me," " for me" is a pronominal phrase. ..."

2. The Art of Elocution as an Essential Part of Rhetoric: With Instructions in by George Vandenhoff (1867)
"EMPHASIS with pronominal phrase. It will be observed that the verb or other word governing, or in conjunction with, the pronominal phrase, becomes emphatic ..."

3. The Art of Elocution: Or, Logical and Musical Reading and Declamation. With by George Vandenhoff (1847)
"EMPHASIS with pronominal phrase. It will be observed that the verb or other word governing, or in conjunction with, the pronominal phrase, becomes emphatic: ..."

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