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adjectivity ‎(uncountable)

  1. The state or condition of being an adjective.
    • 1995, Robert Beard, Lexeme-morpheme Base Morphology
      To the extent that predicate position is an indication of adjectivity, however, soon represents no radical departure from the norm.
    • 1999, Peter Ackema, Issues in Morphosyntax
      Note that the declensional schwa appearing under certain conditions on prenominal adjectives in Dutch is not a bona fide adjectivity marker.
    • 2001, Östen Dahl, Past and Present
      adjectivity is often indicated by the means of derivational morphology