- The definition of a verbid is the verb form of a noun or an adjective.
An example of a verbid is the word "running" in the following sentence: Running for several miles a day is great exercise.
verbid definition by Webster's New World
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Gram. a word or form, as a gerund, infinitive, or participle, that functions in part as a verb, as in taking an object, but cannot form a syntactically complete sentence (Ex.: watching television can be tiring)
Origin: verb plush -id
verbid definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A verbal noun or adjective.