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    Abstract Noun

    Rogue is an adjective and also used as a common noun. Can we form abstract noun from rogue?

    Similarly hero , bond, rascal, begger,pilgrim are already nouns, can we form abstract noun from them?

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    Re: Abstract Noun

    Quote Originally Posted by Roselin View Post
    Rogue is an adjective and also used as a common noun. Can we form abstract noun from rogue?

    Similarly hero , bond, rascal, beggar,pilgrim are already nouns, can we form abstract noun from them?
    I don't understand your question.

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    Re: Abstract Noun

    Do you mean roguery?

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    Re: Abstract Noun

    heroism, bondage, rascality, beggary, pilgrimage.

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    Re: Abstract Noun

    Quote Originally Posted by freezeframe View Post
    I don't understand your question.
    Freezframe, I was trying to make abstract nouns from the words mentioned above.

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    Re: Abstract Noun

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    Do you mean roguery?
    Thanks Tdol, I didn't find roguery in cambridge online dictionary. But it is there on other dictionaries. Once again thanks for the answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    heroism, bondage, rascality, beggary, pilgrimage.
    Thanks a ton!, Rover Ke.

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    Re: Abstract Noun

    Quote Originally Posted by Roselin View Post
    Thanks Tdol, I didn't find roguery in cambridge online dictionary. But it is there on other dictionaries. Once again thanks for the answer.

    OneLook is a good site as it searches hundreds of dictionaries and glossaries for you in a single search.

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