What is the abstract noun from the word serene?
The abstract noun form of the verb to do is the gerund, doing. The noun 'doing' is an abstract noun as a word for an effort or activity; a word for a concept. The word 'do' is an informal abstract noun as a word for a formal occasion or party. The word 'do' is a concrete noun as a word for a hairstyle.
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.
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…
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?