grammatical case

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Synonyms for grammatical case

nouns or pronouns or adjectives (often marked by inflection) related in some way to other words in a sentence

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And the envelope announcing the trial had a summary of a whole case ending with, 'And the judge ruled.
McHattie, who tried to kill herself, was sentenced in May but it could only be reported now due to a Leeds crown court case ending yesterday.
He sued former Northamptonshire colleague Allan Lamb two years ago for claiming he was involved in ball-tampering, with the case ending when Sarfraz withdrew four days into the libel hearing.
In sections on phonology, morphology, and syntax they consider such topics as the Avestan alphabet, the transmission, historical phonology, anaptyctic vowels, consonants, nominal inflection, case endings of the dual and plural, the adjective, prepositions and preverbs, present tense, aorist stems, personal endings, non-finite and nominal forms, case syntax, and negation.