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(of the voice) not inflected

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not inflected

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expressing a grammatical category by using two or more words rather than inflection

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Whatever kind of perception is described by the first construction, with an inflected participle, appears to be identical to that evoked by the second, in which the participle remains uninflected.
Analysing the parts of speech of the left collocates under scrutiny, note that uninflected words-adverbs, conjunctions and particles-were left out.
Float though they might in an uninflected space, the camels also represent a principle of connection, parodically restated when clips that hang from the empty lines after the theft (recte reclamation) of the park photos--a polysyndetic sentence emptied of its nouns.
There's the moment, for instance, when Edwards, after a contentious debate with his bosses, said, "Larry, I realize that more often than not you've been right about things," and Page, with the uninflected tone of a robot encountering data that does not compute, responded, "When were we ever wrong?
As regards Veps indefinite pronouns, only the stem might be inflected in case and number but the marker always stays uninflected.
But to see the building from Broadway and 72nd Street, looking south, is to encounter what looks like an uninflected monolith of almost unrelieved dullness.
Lemmatization is where every word is simplified to its uninflected form or lemma; while stemming is where different grammatical forms of a word are reduced to a common shorter form called a stem, by removing the word endings.
Rather, she was high-waisted, solid, even her face a large, flat, uninflected surface no matter what surged behind it, like a Kabuki mask.
In this list, strict alphabetical order is sometimes ignored in order to permit uninflected forms to appear before their inflected variants.
His voice, with its deep Pacific boom, was suddenly quite uninflected, emotionless.
In many Northern Australian languages, a small set of inflected generic verbs co-occurs with an open set of uninflected specific verbs in so-called "compound verb constructions".
Domain 19 includes all -ible words where -ible is the Key Syllable and may be uninflected or pluralized.
While the rest of America--or at least secular, media-elite America--had traded in high-minded, humor-free sincerity for irony, self-deprecation, and glib, jaded knowingness at least three decades earlier, the Successories collection spoke in a voice completely uninflected by Mad magazine, the Madison Avenue creative revolution, Saturday Night Live, David Letterman, French literary theory, Dilbert, or even the occasional gentle skepticism of America's first national life coach, Ben Franklin.
In my mind's ear I can still hear that sublimely self-righteous, flat and uninflected drone wafting from the radio, his voice rising ever so slightly, his sentence endings trailing off leaving a nasal twang hanging in the air.