ADJECTIVE CLAUSE, also adjectival clause. The traditional name for a RELATIVE CLAUSE, because such clauses modify nouns. The term is also used for constructions in which an adjective phrase is felt to function as a CLAUSE: Aware of his difficulties (Since she was aware of his difficulties), she did not press for an immediate answer.
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