Definitions from the WebAposative
1. In grammar, aposative refers to a construction in which a noun or noun phrase renames or identifies another noun phrase that has come before it.
Example sentence: The author, a renowned poet, read his new poem.
1. Pertaining to or characterized by aposis.
Example sentence: The aposative construction helps to clarify the meaning of the sentence.
1. To use aposis in a sentence.
Example sentence: The writer adeptly aposated the description of the mysterious character.
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