What word is used to describe the ablilty to control the actions of others?
How about the word "conduct" or the word Omnipotence.
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Which word can be used to describe unforgettable moments?
words to describe unforgettable moments: etched in ones mind forever etched on ones soul life altering life changing priceless ...
Asked in Totalitarianism
When the government has complete control of a country and its people?
We would use the word "totalitarian" to describe a country in which the government has complete control of everything. ...
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What is a word that starts with the letter L that is used to describe ones self.?
Liberal, lonely, lean, lanky, loathsome, likeable.
Asked in Definitions, Parts of Speech
What word is possessive?
The word 'possessive' is a noun and an adjective. The noun 'possessive' is a word for the case of nouns and pronouns expressing possession. The adjective 'possessive' is a word used to describe a noun as showing the desire to possess or control someone or something; used to describe a word as the grammatical tense expressing possession. ...
What is the word to describe a word that is incorrectly used?
Improper is a word that is usually used to describe a word that has been incorrectly used. ...
If you had to describe yourself in one word what would that word be?
Analytical. If I had to describe myself in one word, it would have to be, 'me'. ...
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What is the definition of the word 'providential'?
Providential is an adjective to describe the intervention of something. Also, providential is a synonym to be lucky or fortunate in ones life, or adventure. ...
What word to describe yourself that starts with you?
Understanding is a word to describe you. It begins with the letter U.
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What word describes the excessive use of words to describe something?
TAUTOLOGY is the word that describe the excessive use of words to describe something ...
Asked in Abstract Nouns
Change the adjective describe to an abstract noun?
The word 'describe' is not an adjective; the word 'describe' is a verb. The abstract noun forms for the verb to describe are description and the gerund, describing. ...