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    Gets nouns from verbs

    Hi, Every one
    I wanna a website or a dictionary to give me the noums for words which I want.
    e.g.
    refuse(verb) ... refusal(noun)
    ...
    ...
    ...
    and go on...
    I'm waiting for reply.
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    Re: Gets nouns from verbs

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    Most dictionaries include the word forms in the same entry; or you will find them nearby. With online dictionaries like ONE LOOK, the forms are usually linked somewhere in the entry.

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