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neuter in Grammar topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishneuterneu‧ter1 /ˈnjuːtə $ ˈnuːtər/ adjective technical  SLGa neuter noun, pronoun etc belongs to a class of words that have different inflections from masculine or feminine wordsgender
Examples from the Corpus
neuterWhat is to be understood as female is something vague; indeed the Spirit is often designated as neuter.Masculine, feminine and neuter are labels for formal properties and have nothing to do with what a word actually means.Neither did I feel male, but rather neuter, as a child might feel itself to be neuter.Paramour comes to mind, but that is a neuter term.