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word class

noun

, Grammar.
  1. a group of words all of which are members of the same form class or part of speech.


word class

noun

  1. linguistics a form class in which the members are words See part of speech


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Word History and Origins

Origin of word class1

First recorded in 1920–25
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Example Sentences

Then comes the chance to form a bird class, or a bird party, if the word class seems too formidable.

The word class has been used, but perhaps improperly, for classification is almost impossible.

When I'm in the twenty-cents-a-word class I'll write once a month, and spend the rest of my time travelling.'

I have not used the word class-conscious, because it is more than the consciousness of an economic group.

Around this draw a larger circle in which you write the word class.

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