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what is the verb form of solicitude and elusive.
I searched every dictionary i could find and i found nothing.

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    There is no verb form of solicitude. A close synomym is "concern" which can be a verb. The verb, solicit has the same origin as solicitude.

    The verb elude comes from the same origin as "elusive."

  • language arts -

    really isn't a verb form.

    The verb "solicit" does not have the same meaning as solicitude.

    And "elude" and elusive are not exactly the same in meaning either.

    Check your dictionary for the meanings of those verbs

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