Is assignment an abstract noun?
Yes, the word assignment is an abstract noun; a word for an allocation of a job, a course of study, a task assigned; the act of giving ownership or rights to property to someone.
adjective: agile abstract noun: agility adjective: brave abstract noun: bravery adjective: clever abstract noun: cleverness adjective: dependent abstract noun: dependence adjective: eccentric abstract noun: eccentricity adjective: favorite abstract noun: favoritism adjective: gentle abstract noun: gentility adjective: happy abstract noun: happiness adjective: objective abstract noun: objectivity adjective: true abstract noun: truth
No, the noun 'abstract' is a concrete noun, a singular common noun; a word for a summary of information or the summary of a book, article, or a speech. An abstract is a written work, a physical thing. The word 'abstract' is also a verb and an adjective. The adjective 'abstract' describes the noun 'noun' for the term 'abstract noun'. And, the verb: What did you abstract from the answer to your question?
The word 'content' is an abstract noun; a word for a state of satisfaction or what is included in something. Example sentences: The flooding disrupted the peace and content of life in the valley. The content of the book had the information I needed for the assignment. The word 'content' is also a verb (content, contents, contenting, contented) and an adjective (content, more content, most content). The abstract noun forms of the verb to content…
The noun abstract is a concrete noun as a word for a written outline of a report, speech, or academic paper; a painting done in the abstract style. The noun abstract is an abstract noun as a word for something referred to as a general idea; something in the abstract. The word abstract is also a verb and an adjective.
The word 'rebuke' is both a verb and a noun. The noun rebuke is a singular, common, abstract noun; a word for an expression of sharp disapproval or criticism. Example uses: Noun: His rebuke ruined my enthusiasm for completing the assignment. Verb: Ms. Lincoln had to rebuke Jonas for peeking at his neighbors work.
Examples of abstract, concrete noun combinations: Statue of Liberty (statue is a concrete noun; liberty of an abstract noun) science building (science is an abstract noun; building is a concrete noun) bargain basement (bargain is an abstract noun; basement is a concrete noun) the noun 'air' is a concrete noun as a word for the substance that surrounds the earth; the noun 'air' is an abstract noun as a word for the ambiance of a…