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Determine the part of speech for the italicized word in the sentence below. The immaculately dressed woman tripped and fell down all of the stairs in the entry
way. noun verb adverb adjective preposition interjection
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User: Determine the part of speech for the italicized word in the sentence below. The immaculately dressed woman tripped and fell down all of the stairs in the entry way. noun verb adverb adjective preposition interjection

Weegy: Please let us know which word is italicized so we can help.
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User: Determine the part of speech for the italicized word in the sentence below. The immaculately dressed woman tripped and fell down all of the stairs in the entry way. noun verb adverb adjective preposition interjection dressed is italicized

Weegy: Please let us know which word is italicized so we can help.
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