uninflected

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EtymologyEdit

un- +‎ inflected

AdjectiveEdit

uninflected (not comparable)

  1. (of a language) That which does not use inflection.
  2. (of a word) That which has not been inflected.
    • 1955: Geoffrey Chaucer, Richard Middlewood Wilson, Simon Bredon, Derek John de Solla Price, and Peterhouse (University of Cambridge) Library, The Equatorie of the Planetis, page 161 (Cambridge University Press)
      It seems that many such technical words (grada, minuta, introitus) were left in the uninflected state when contracted in any customary form such as we have […]

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