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Rule 53: The Ablative of Description


Most uses of the ablative case are adverbial - that is, they function in ways similar to adverbs. Not so with the ablative of description, which is more like an adjective. This use is pretty similar to the genitive of description, but much more common and used more with physical characteristics.

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Published on June 1, 2020