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What is the abstract noun for the verb starve?

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What is the abstract noun of the verb live?

The abstract noun for the verb 'to live' is the gerund (verbal  noun) living, being alive or earning an income; for example:  Living is better than the alternative. or He ma

What is the abstract noun of the verb rob?

The abstract noun forms for the verb to rob are robbery andthe gerund, robbing . The noun form 'robber' is a concrete noun as a word for a person.

What is the abstract noun of starve?

The abstract noun for the verb to starve is starvation.

What is the abstract noun of a verb die?

The abstract noun form for the verb 'to die' is the gerund  dying.   A related abstract noun form is death.    The word 'die' is a concrete noun form for one of a

What is the abstract noun of the verb SEE?

The word 'see' is an abstract noun, a word authority for a  bishop, an archbishop, or the pope.    The noun form of the verb to see is the gerund, seeing.    The

What is the abstract noun of a verb advice?

Advice is not a verb. Advise is the verb (advise, advises, advising, advised). The noun advice is the abstract noun, a word for guidance or recommendations concerning pruden
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How do you turn verbs to abstract nouns?

Add suffixes like 'ment', 'ence' and 'ion' to verbs to form abstract nouns. For example: verb suffix abstract noun disappoint ment disappointment depend ence dependence inst
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What is the abstract noun of the verb hear?

The noun form of the verb to hear is the gerund, hearing.   The noun 'hearing' is an abstract noun as a word for the  opportunity to present one's case; a word for a conc
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When we use abstract noun of verb?

An abstract noun is a word for something that can't be experienced  by any of the five physical senses; something that can't be seen,  heard, smelled, tasted, or touched. An
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What is the abstract noun of the verb laugh?

There is no abstract noun for the verb to laugh.   The noun form of the verb to laugh is the gerund, laughing; a  concrete noun as a word for a physical act.    Th