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adjectivecolor, a color which requires to be fixed by some mordant or base to give it permanency...see also adjective   similar words(4) 

 relational adjective  qualifying adjective  descriptive adjective  adjective color 

(v. t.)

To make an adjective of; to form or change into an adjective.  


Relating to procedure.  


Not standing by itself; dependent.  


Added to a substantive as an attribute; of the nature of an adjunct; as, an adjective word or sentence.  


A word used with a noun, or substantive, to express a quality of the thing named, or something attributed to it, or to limit or define it, or to specify or describe a thing, as distinct from something else. Thus, in phrase, "a wise ruler," wise is the adjective, expressing a property of ruler.  


A dependent; an accessory.  

An adjective is a grammatical part of speech for words that describe nouns (for example, new and beautiful, as in 'a new hat' and 'a beautiful day'). adjectives generally have three degrees: the positive degree (new, beautiful), the comparative degree (newer, more beautiful), and the superlative degree (newest, most beautiful). some adjectives do not normally need comparative and superlative forms; one person cannot be 'more asleep' than someone else, a lone action is unlikely to be 'the most single-handed action ever seen', and many people dislike the expression 'most unique' or 'almost unique', because something unique is supposed to be the only one that exists. for purposes of emphasis or style these conventions may be set aside ('I don't know who is more unique; they are both remarkable people'). double comparatives such as 'more bigger' are not grammatical in standard English, but shakespeare used a double superlative ('the most unkindest cut of all'). some adjectives may have both comparative and both superlative forms (commoner and more common; commonest and most common); shorter words usually take on the suffixes -er/-est but occasionally they may be given the more/most forms for emphasis or other reasons ('Which of them is the most clear?'). when an adjective comes before a noun it is attributive; when it comes after noun and verb (for example, 'It looks good') it is predicative. some adjectives can only be used predicatively ('The child was asleep', but not 'the asleep child'). the participles of verbs are regularly used adjectivally ('a sleeping child', 'boiled milk'), often in compound forms ('a quick-acting medicine', 'a glass-making factory', 'a hard-boiled egg', ' well-trained teachers'). adjectives are often formed by adding suffixes to nouns (for example sand: sandy; nation: national). the language is: Adjective

Noun1. a word that expresses an attribute of something (hypernym) modifier, qualifier (hyponym) descriptive adjective, qualifying adjective2. the word class that qualifies nouns (hypernym) major form classAdjective1. of or relating to or functioning as an adjective; "adjectival syntax"; "an adjective clause" (synonym) adjectival2. applying to methods of enforcement and rules of procedure; "adjective law" (synonym) procedural (antonym) substantive, essential (classification) law, jurisprudence

aidiacht f. (pl. aidiachtaí)

Ansawdd-air = an adjective


the word “bloody”, used as an intensifier signifying approval, as in “bloody beauty”, or disapproval, as in “bloody bastard”; once ubiquitous in australian colloquial speech

In grammar, an adjective is a word whose main syntactic role is to modify a noun or pronoun (called the adjective's subject), giving more information about what the noun or pronoun refers to. Collectively, adjectives form one of the traditional eight parts of speech, though linguists today distinguish adjectives from words such as determiners that used to be considered adjectives but that are now recognized to be different.

adpositus| adposita -um| adpositior -or -us| adpositissimus -a -um adj ADJacent| near| accessible| akin; opposite; fit| appropriate| apt; based upon


the quality of something to exist independent (see independence ) of an observer (see ONTOLOGY). In scientific pursuits, the quality of a description that is free of potentially contaminating properties of an observer, unbiased, value free and observer independent. the search for objectivity places an observer outside the system he attempts to describe. (Krippendorff ) (see objectivity )

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