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Definition of "inflective" [in•flect•ive]

  • That inflects (adjective)

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Use "inflective" in a sentence
  • ""Ya Burnt!" can also be used with a questioning inflective as if the one who is supposed to be "burnt" has to answer for themselves as to whether or not they in fact are burnt by the situation at hand."
  • "In a letter to the Dutch EU presidency, the Lithuanian government insisted: "The non-inflective form of the term euro is unacceptable to the Lithuanian language.""
  • "It is in this want of inflective grace that English, and more especially French, speakers lose so much of their force."