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Periphrastic
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The periphrastic comparative is formed with the aid of a word instead of being formed with the aid of an affix (see form), the periphrastic comparative is obligatory with pseudo-participles and the periphrastic comparative can be used with any adjective in case a majorative is coordinated with a minorative.

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