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A word that indicates an action, event, or state of being.
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- a Verb of the Singular
An action as opposed to a trait or thing.
1995, Adam Denning, ''OLE Controls Inside Out'' (page 321)
- You can invoke the Properties OLE verb in many ways. The easiest way is to move the mouse over the border of the control until it becomes only a four-way pointer and then right-click.
To use any word that is not, or had not been a verb (especially a noun) as if it were a verb.
a. 1981 Feb 22, unknown Guardian editor as quoted by William Safire, ''On Language'', in ''New York Times'', pSM3
- Haig, in congressional hearings before his confirmatory, paradoxed his auditioners by abnormalling his responds so that verbs were nouned, nouns verbed and adjectives adverbised. He techniqued a new way to vocabulary his thoughts so as to informationally uncertain anybody listening about what he had actually implicationed... .
1993 January 25, ''Calvin and Hobbes'' by Bill Watterson
- I like to verb words.... I take nouns and adjectives and use them as verbs. Remember when "access" was a thing? Now it's something you DO. It got verbed. Verbing weirds language.
1997, David. F. Griffiths, Desmond J. Higham, ''learning LATEX'', p8
- Nouns should ''never'' be verbed.
2005 Oct 5, Jeffrey Mattison, ''Letters'', in ''The Christian Science Monitor'', p8
- In English, verbing nouns is okay
To perform any action that is normally expressed by a verb.
1946: Rand Corporation, ''The Rand Paper Series''
- ''For example, one-part versions of the proposition "The doctor pursued the lawyer" were "The doctor verbed the object,"'' ...
1964: ''Journal of Mathematical Psychology''
- ''Each sentence had the same basic structure: ''The subject transitive verbed the object who intransitive verbed in the location''.''
1998: Marilyn A. Walker, Aravind Krishna Joshi, ''Centering Theory in Discourse''
- ''The sentence frame was ''Dan verbed Ben approaching the store''. This sentence frame was followed in all cases by ''He went inside''.''