- Examples of adjective
- That’s because the noun, by virtue of its use as a hyphenated compound adjective in middle-age spread, creates nail-nibbling self-doubt amid visions of muffin-top midriffs and the realization that paunchiness precludes raunchiness.
- ‘Complicated’ is a predicative adjective in the sentence ‘Grammar is complicated.’
- In the sentence "That house seems haunted!", 'that house' is the subject and 'haunted' is the subject complement (in this case an adjective).
- Note: usually used as an adjective - "She was still virgo intacta."
- The adjective "heavy" can be used gradably: one thing can be more or less heavy than another.
- The Labour leader did not describe Conservative Britain as "class-ridden, lethargic and stulted" (an adjective which still eludes the OED).
- Amy Reynaldo, the Crossword Fiend blogger, labels the richest alphabetical specimens as Scrabbly, an adjective I'm happy to spread.
- Examples of adjectives
- Note: In English they are the same as the demonstrative adjectives - this, that, these and those
- Adjectives and nouns should agree in gender, number, and case.
- "My", "its" and "his" are possessive adjectives.
- Meus and tuus are called adjectival pronouns – or alternatively possessive adjectives.
Examples of adjectives in a Sentence
- fr adjectives