Origin of predicate nominative
Words nearby predicate nominative
How to use predicate nominative in a sentence
FRIEDMAN: I think you also laid the predicate for the Iran negotiations.
His 2004 Democratic Convention address propelled him into the national spotlight, laying the presidential predicate.
The major term is usually the predicate of the major premise and the predicate of the conclusion.
An argument that uses as a premise such a cause may predicate its effect as a conclusion with absolute certainty.
Forcing the subject toward the position usually occupied by the predicate emphasizes the subject.
Unity therefore dwells within us, and it is in us without the object of which we predicate that it is some one thing.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 3|Plotinos (Plotinus)
Drench is the causative of drink: here the nominative of the verb is ‘Iris’ and the object ‘beds.’Milton's Comus|John Milton