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ADVERBS used as nouns and adjectives

The adverbs backward and inward are used as nouns.

“In the dark backward and abysm of time.

“I was an inward of his.


“Thou losest here a better where to find.

“Nor can there be that deity in my nature
Of here-and-everywhere.

i.e. "the divine attribute of ubiquity."

Then, as with us, was used as an adjective.

“Our then dictator.


“Good sometime queen.

“Our here approach.

See Compounds.

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