a verb form that distinguishes person, number, and tense, as well as mood or aspect: in She works from home, the verb works indicates a third-person singular subject (she), present tense, and indicative mood, the mood used for ordinary statements and questions about facts.: Compare infinitive (def. 1a).
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How to use finite verb in a sentence
(a) The nominative, as in Modern English, is the case of the subject of a finite verb.Anglo-Saxon Grammar and Exercise Book | C. Alphonso Smith
When “that” signifies “in order that,” the ordinary finite verb is used after it.A Handbook of the Cornish Language | Henry Jenner
It is difficult to convey the force of the infinitives in combination with participles and the finite verb in ver.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Volume III | Alexander Maclaren
It should not, strictly speaking, be rendered with a finite verb.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Volume III | Alexander Maclaren
Using these as auxiliaries the finite verb makes a whole series of periphrastic tenses.