Definition of Transitive verb form

1. Noun. A verb (or verb construction) that requires an object in order to be grammatical.

Exact synonyms: Transitive, Transitive Verb
Generic synonyms: Verb
Specialized synonyms: Doubly Transitive Verb, Doubly Transitive Verb Form



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Transitive Verb Form

transitional gyrus
transitional leukocyte
transitional zone
transitionally
transitionary
transitioned
transitioning
transitionist
transitionists
transitionless
transitions
transitive
transitive-verb
transitive animate
transitive verb
transitive verb form (current term)
transitive verbs
transitively
transitiveness
transitivise
transitivities
transitivity
transitivize
transitorily
transitoriness
transitory
transits
transitted
transitting
transjugular

Literary usage of Transitive verb form

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1. The New York Teacher, and the American Educational Monthly (1869)
"... anymore than " He is loving,"—though Brown and others seem to regard the latter as a good English transitive-verb form, and insert it in their grammars. ..."

2. The American Educational Monthly: A Magazine of Popular Instruction and (1869)
"... anymore than " He is loving,"—though Brown and others seem to regard the latter as a good English transitive-verb form, and insert it in their grammars. ..."

3. Lessons in the Speaking and Writing of English by John Matthews Manly, Eliza Randall Simmons Bailey (1912)
"4. Tense. 5. Person and number (if it has any). 6. Construction. EXERCISE 1. (a) Choose some transitive verb; form all ..."

4. The Encyclopedia Americanaedited by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines edited by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines (1903)
"... has no corresponding active- transitive verb form. Of party names and nicknames may be mentioned Whig and Tory, of the pre-revolutionary era, ..."

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