Word "MODAL" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an auxiliary verb (such as `can' or `will') that is used to express modality
Synonyms:
modal auxiliary, modal auxiliary verb, modal verb

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
relating to or constituting the most frequent value in a distribution
Synonyms:
average
Examples:
the modal age at which American novelists reach their peak is 30

Definition:
of or relating to a musical mode; especially written in an ecclesiastical mode

Crossword Clues for MODAL

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Average — old Ma (anag) The Guardian Quick 01 Sep 2022
Like some verbs Thomas Joseph 16 Oct 2021
Like the verb “must” Wall Street Journal 23 Jun 2021
Most frequent, statistically New York Times 03 Mar 2021
Form-related Wall Street Journal 05 Dec 2020
Kind of verb in grammar New York Times 14 Aug 2020
Relating to form Newsday 28 May 2020
Most frequent, statistically (DOLMA anagram) Universal 25 Jun 2019
Jazz or verb type Universal 16 Feb 2019
Most frequent, statistically (DOLMA anagram)
Jazz or verb type
Occurring most frequently in a population The Times Concise 05 Oct 2017
Relating to form USA Today 23 Nov 2016
Like the verbs 'will' and 'might' Wall Street Journal 02 Jun 2016
Based on a scale other than major or minor
Type of jazz
Structural
Like medieval church music
Most common, statistically
Relating to form and not substance
Like some statistical figures
Of structure as opposed to substance
Of form
Form-related
Related to form or type
___ auxiliary (verb like can or might)
Form-related
Of a manner or form
Relating to form
Related to form or type
Of a manner
Type of scale
Expressing a verb's mood
Relating to some calculations
Relating to form
Most common, statistically
Form-related
Type of auxiliary verb
Of manner
Like some jazz compositions
Having form without reality
Relating to structure
Of manner or form
Regarding manner or form
Typical
Most common, to statisticians
Of a musical arrangement
Indicating form
Of form, as opposed to substance
Of form
Most frequent, to a statistician
Of a method
Premise in logic
Of form.
Pertaining to form.
Indicating mood.
Indicating a mood.
Denoting a manner.
Of method.
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