Q. 13.7( 3 Votes )
Notice the adjectives in phrases such as ‘infant loves’ and ‘brave clearnesse’. What is the meaning of these adjectives
(i) in isolation
(ii) as part of these phrases.
(i) The meaning of the adjective in isolation is to be away from everyone or to stay alone.
(ii) The meaning of the adjective as part of these phrase means repetition of words at the starting of a line.
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