Category: adjectives

comparative adjective list

BETTER AIRIER ANGRIER APTER BADDER BALDER BEEFIER BETTER-INFORMED BETTER-KNOWN BETTER-LOOKING BETTER-OFF BETTER-THAN-EXPECTED BIGGER BLACKER BLEAKER BLONDER BLOODIER BLUER BLUNTER BLURRIER BOLDER BOSSIER BOUNCIER BRAINIER BRASHER BRAVER BRIEFER BRIGHTER BROADER BROWNER BULKIER BUMPIER BUSHIER BUSIER BUSTIER CALMER CAMPER CATHETER CHEAPER CHEWIER CHILLIER CHUNKIER CLASSIER CLEANER CLEARER CLEVERER CLOSER CLOUDIER CLUNKIER COARSER COLDER COMFIER COOLER COSTLIER COZIER […]

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NOUN + ADJECTIVE

1 YEARS (NNT2) OLD (JJ) 539284 2 YEAR (NNT1) OLD (JJ) 384604 3 ATTORNEY (NN1) GENERAL (JJ) 80829 4 OPTIONS (NN2) AVAILABLE (JJ) 76190 5 MONTHS (NNT2) OLD (JJ) 54992 6 INFORMATION (NN1) AVAILABLE (JJ) 39309 7 ENERGY (NN1) EFFICIENT (JJ) 38041 8 FEET (NN2) TALL (JJ) 34023 9 MONTH (NNT1) OLD (JJ) 33878 10 […]

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NOUN ‘S + ADJECTIVE

What does ‘s mean between a noun and an adjective? It is always a genetive marker. It shows possession.   WORLD (NN1) ‘S (GE) LARGEST (JJT)   WORLD (NN1) ‘S (GE) LEADING (JJ_VVG)   WORLD (NN1) ‘S (GE) BEST (JJT)   WORLD (NN1) ‘S (GE) BIGGEST (JJT)   NATION (NN1) ‘S (GE) LARGEST (JJT)   WORLD (NN1) ‘S (GE) GREATEST (JJT) […]

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