No. It is an adjective. The abstract noun is repetition.
The abstract noun forms of the verb 'repeat' are repetition and the gerund, repeating.The word 'repeat' is also a noun form as a word for something that occurs or is done again; a word for a radio or TV program that is run again; a word for a thing.The noun 'repeat' is an abstract noun or a concrete noun, depending on the use of the noun.
It is an abstract noun.
Is cheer an abstract noun or a concrete noun??????
Is undergone an abstract noun
Yes, delight is an abstract noun.
Yes, the noun astonishment is an abstract noun, a word for an emotional reaction.
The noun train is an abstract noun when used in an abstract context: I've lost my train of thought. The gerund (verbal noun) training is also an abstract noun.
The noun childhood is a singular, common, abstract, compound noun; a word for the time of being a child.
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The abstract noun for the adjective vacant is vacantness. Another abstract noun form is vacancy.
The noun 'grammar' is a common, uncountable, abstract noun. The noun 'grammar' is functioning as the direct object of the verb 'teaches'.
The noun 'history' is an abstract noun, a word for a concept.
Yes, the noun 'liberty' is an abstract noun; a word for a concept (an idea).
Talent is an abstract noun, meaning a skill. There is no noun, but the adjective is talented.
Yes, generosity is an abstract noun.Yes, generosity is an abstract noun.
The abstract noun form of the adjective 'mad' is madness.
There is no abstract noun form of the concrete noun shoes. A close cousin is the abstract noun 'shoelessness'.
The abstract noun is hysteria.
The abstract noun for mimic is mimicry.
The abstract noun for the adjective anxious is anxiousness.A related abstract noun is anxiety.
"Future" is an abstract noun. It names a time (intangible) that has yet to come.
Glory is an abstract noun.