How do you use identity in a sentence of noun?


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2013-11-08 00:46:12
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The noun 'identity' will function as the subject of a sentence or a clause, and as the object of a verb or a preposition. Examples:

The identity of the victim has not been determined. (subject of the sentence)

John Doe, the identity used, is not his real name. (subject of a clause)

He has a temporary identity at the moment. (direct object of the verb 'has')

His fingerprints should be the key to his identity. (object of the preposition 'to')

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This is the definition of the subject of a sentence, normally a noun. The action or identity (verb) is the predicate.That is called a noun. The subject of the sentence is the noun. A noun varifies a person, place, thing or idea.

The noun incognito is a word for a false or assumed identity. Example sentence: His incognito was quickly unmasked by a check of fingerprint records. The word incognito is also an adjective.

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You use symbolize in a sentence by when building you sentence structure, using it as a noun.

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The best way to use "veiled" in a sentence would be to use it as reference to something hidden. Such as, "The girl's face was veiled, concealing her identity."

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