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  • r  as an adjective; in an adjectival manner

  • Mr Zechman, your prose shows signs of returning to its former luxuriant, polysyllabically-enriched, multiply-adjectivally-enhanced baroque glory.
  • MARIA SHARAPOVA, a blond, Russian-born tennis prodigy with a modeling contract, has had to expend much valuable energy denying that she's the new Anna Kournikova, an adjectivally .
  • Webster's New International Dictionary lists the noun PTI used adjectivally: "Logorrhea (psychopathological).

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