prenominally


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prenominally

(priːˈnɒmɪnəlɪ)
adv
(Grammar) grammar before a noun
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Although there was no instance of a perfective participle used prenominally, there was one likely candidate for a productive use of an imperfective participle (dancing egg):
However, according to Spamer (1979), you will not find a sequence of two strong adjectives used prenominally unless they are conjoined by and or when at least one of them is placed postnominally.
24) In this entry, A is used prenominally when it is realised by an Adverb Phrase.
There are some exceptions to the generalization that only individual-level predicates may appear prenominally, which Sadler and Arnold (1994) note themselves: "[.