Etymology
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participial (adj.)

"having the nature and use of a participle," 1590s, from French participial and directly from Latin participialis, from participium (see participle). As a noun from 1560s.

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Definitions of participial
1
participial (n.)
a non-finite form of the verb; in English it is used adjectivally and to form compound tenses;
Synonyms: participle
2
participial (adj.)
of or relating to or consisting of participles;
participial inflections
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