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Synonym: adjectivalproceduralSimilar words: subjectiveobjectiveobjectivityeffectiveinvectivedetectiverespectivecollectiveMeaning: ['ædʒɪktɪv]  n. 1. a word that expresses an attribute of something 2. the word class that qualifies nouns. adj. 1. of or relating to or functioning as an adjective 2. relating to court practice and procedure as opposed to the principles of law. 
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1. The word "bad" is an adjective.
2. In 'a sudden movement', 'sudden' is an adjective in the attributive position.
3. An attributive noun functions as an adjective.
4. In'the open door','open'is an adjective qualifying'door'.
5. The function of an adjective is to describe or add to the meaning of a noun.
6. In " the black cat " the adjective " black " modifies the noun " cat " .
7. 'My'is a possessive adjective.
8. An adjective must agree with its noun in mumber and case.
9. "Enterprising" is not an adjective you would apply to him!
10. 'Reliable' is not an adjective that could be applied to my car.
11. In French the adjective must agree with the noun in number and gender.
11. Wish you can benefit from and make progress everyday!
12. Every noun and adjective has 12 possible endings.
13. This time, Ward faced sidereal, an adjective that describes things related to stars or constellations.
14. Answer: a. Why: When creating an unusual adjective from other types of words, use a hyphen.
15. A relative clause counts as dependent whereas an adjective modifying a noun clearly does not.
16. In stanza two it appears twice, and the adjective itself a third time alone.
17. In the sentence 'She is happy', 'happy' is a predicative adjective.
18. After a possessive , some, any, both or a number, unless it is used with an adjective:We'd like to exchange our home with a British family's .
19. The British have a very odd sense of humour. The adjective English refers only to people from England, not the rest of the United Kingdom.
20. The suffix '-ness' added to the end of the word 'sweet' forms the word 'sweetness', changing an adjective into a noun.
21. The verb is spontaneous, fluid and not repeatable; the adjective is calculated, static and repeatable.
22. A literate society is only as competent to face the dangers of the future as our definition of that adjective allows.
23. Thus, in the first case but not in the second(, the adjective is non-restrictive.
24. He provided frames to enable anyone to derive four major word classes - noun, verb, adjective and adverb.
25. Hence, we may reasonably expect a resultative flavour when an adverbal adjective is combined with a change-of-state verb.
26. Yet I would venture that the landscape of our country alone would justify the use of this lofty adjective.
27. The ending, -a, signals that this word is feminine; it will take feminine forms of the adjective, for instance.
28. This, however, is not the case for the first and third examples using the same adjective.
29. This network defines acceptable noun phrases as consisting of the categories determiner, optional adjective string, noun and optional prepositional phrases.
30. But the grammarian is tongue-tied without his labels: noun, adjective, verb, adverb, conjunction, pronoun.
More similar words: subjectiveobjectiveobjectivityeffectiveinvectivedetectiverespectivecollectiveprotectiveperspectiveprospectiveeffectivelyirrespectivecollectivelyrespectivelyretrospectiveeffectivenessoverprotectiveirrespective ofobjectionprojectionactivedeductiveactivelyinductiveproactiveaddictiveproductiveattractiveafflictive
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