Grammar Patterns

V n as adj; V n as n

V n as adj; V n as n

Did anybody ever acknowledge that as brave?
She is acknowledged as an expert in Asian cuisine.
The association attacked the proposals as unjustified and unnecessary.
The Reagan administration attacked Social Security as a drain on the budget.
The Minister for Home Affairs described the death as unfortunate.
Three-fifths of working women describe their employment as a job rather than as a career.
I rate him as very special.
I rate him as the best coach in the game.
  • accept
  • acknowledge
  • attack
  • bill
  • brand
  • certify
  • characterize
  • cite
  • class
  • classify
  • conceive
  • condemn
  • confirm
  • consider
  • construe
  • decry
  • denounce
  • depict
  • describe
  • designate
  • diagnose
  • dismiss
  • expose
  • impress
  • interpret
  • label
  • mention
  • perceive
  • pigeon-hole
  • portray
  • present
  • rank
  • rate
  • read
  • recognize
  • regard
  • remember
  • represent
  • reveal
  • scorn
  • see
  • stereotype
  • strike
  • tout
  • view
  • mark out
  • write off
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