what is adjectible clause

Adjectival clause contains a group of words which does the work of an adjective.

For example, Mary had a a little lamb whose fleet was white as snow.

The clause "whose fleet was white as snow" the describe the noun "lamb". Hence, it is an adjectival clause. 

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A dependent clause (also embedded clause, subordinate clause) cannot stand alone as a sentence. A dependent clause is usually attached to an independent clause. Although a dependent clause contains a subject and a predicate, it sounds incomplete when standing alone. ...

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