Nom"i*nal*ize(?), v. t. (Grammar, Linguistics) To convert into a noun; as, a nominalized sentence; a nominalized adjective or verb.
In a sentence of the form:
"That Kennedy would have been a great president if he had not been assassinated is one of the enduring myths of the Camelot conceit."
the sentence "Kennedy would have been a great president if he had not been assassinated" has been nominalized by the introductory "that".
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