relating to or being in apposition; "an appositive noun"
a noun, noun phrase, or noun clause that follows another noun and completes or explains it
a noun, noun phrase, or noun clause which follows a noun or pronoun and renames or describes the noun or pronoun
a noun, or a group of words acting as a noun, that immediately follows another noun to define it or further explain it
a noun or a noun substitute (along with its modifiers) that repeats the meaning of or identifies the noun immediately preceding it
a noun or noun phrase that immediately follows another noun
a noun or noun phrase that renames a nearby noun
a noun or noun phrase that renames another noun right beside it
a noun or noun phrase that renames a noun, usually right after the first
a noun or pronoun -- often with modifiers -- set beside another noun or pronoun to explain or identify
a noun or pronoun that explains or identifies the noun that precedes it
a noun or pronoun - word, phrase, or clause - placed after another noun or pronoun to provide more information or rename the first
a noun phrase equivalent to another noun phrase in the sentence
a noun phrase that follows and further describes a noun or a pronoun
a noun that comes after another noun where the second nouns explains the first noun
a phrase positioned next to a word (usually a noun) that supplies details about the word
a phrase that describes a noun and is separated from its sentence by one or two commas
a re-naming or amplification of a word that immediately precedes it
a word or group of words that identifies or renames the noun or pronoun that it follows
a word or phrase that describes a noun it follows
a word or phrase that restates and provides additional information about a word that precedes or sometimes follows it)
A noun or noun phrase that renames or adds identifying information to a noun it immediately follows. His brother, an accountant with Arthur Andersen, was recently promoted.
A word or phrase that restates or modifies an immediately preceding noun. Note: An appositive is often useful as a context clue for determining or refining the meaning of the word or words to which it refers. Example: My son Enrico (appositive) is twelve years old.
A clause, set off by commas or a comma and a period , that gives greater detail or a clue to context; such as The boy, with the blue shirt, was not happy and threw a tantrum.