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Neuter Adjectives are used substantively in the following special senses: -

a. The neuter singular may denote either a single object or an abstract quality: -

b. The neuter plural is used to signify objects in general having the quality denoted, and hence may stand for the abstract idea: -

c. A neuter adjective may be used as an appositive or predicate noun with a noun of different gender (cf. § 287. a): -

d. A neuter adjective may be used as an attributive or a predicate adjective with an infinitive or a Substantive clause: -