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unworthy of predicate


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Unworthy of Predicate


Unworthy of Predicate refers to a phrase or clause that cannot be connected to another part of a sentence through a predicate because it lacks the necessary grammatical structure or meaningful content. It is deemed insufficient or irrelevant to act as the subject or object of a sentence.

Example Sentences:

  • His abrupt interruption during the meeting rendered his statement unworthy of predicate.
  • The nonsensical phrase, devoid of any logic, was considered unworthy of predicate.
  • She whispered an incoherent sentence that was unworthy of predicate.

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