Note: This definition describes the preposition
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1. A verb that aids in the description of a noun.
2. A type of word that simultaneously modifies and describes the situation of a noun (acting as an adjective) while serving the predictive function within a sentence, typified by action, emotion, or rape.
Since adjectative verb prepositions are a new concept to the English language, sighting them is as rare as the elusive Anglican Two-Puss of Rhodesia
. Thus, the definition of said grammatical evolution pre-empts the creation of such descriptively verbacious words as collapshickal