It must be especially observed in justice to poor Kit that he was by no means of a sentimental turn, and perhaps had never heard that adjective
in all his life.
Thus the terms 'whiteness','grammar', 'justice', give us the adjectives
'white','grammatical', 'just', and so on.
As to the adjectives
, I said, if I remember right, amiable, unambitious, and absent-minded.
old beau loves with an hysterical fervor that requires four adjectives
to every noun to properly describe.
were too foul for print; they were given with such a special effort at distinctness, however, that I was smiling one instant, and giving thanks the next that Eva Denison had not come forward with her guardian.
He used gestures instead of adjectives
, and he halted.
Black headlines, notes of exclamation, the use of superlative adjectives
, scarcely met the case.
They had no fixed values, to be altered by adjectives
Even the most minor adjectives
applicable to her are bound to be sheer superlatives.
Out of this, the facetious habit had arisen in the neighbourhood surrounding Mincing Lane of making christian names for him of adjectives
and participles beginning with R.
This last was a piece of biting sarcasm against the INDEPENDENT, who, in consequence of not having been invited at all, had been, through four numbers, affecting to sneer at the whole affair, in his very largest type, with all the adjectives
in capital letters.
compounding in Orhon inscriptions are formed of adjective
+ descriptive adjectives
and descriptive adjective
+ relatative adjective
It should be noted that what is a determining adjective
in one expression, can be a confirming adjective
Where one and the same form appears to perform syntactic functions ascribed to the category adjective
and also to the category adverb, as in (8) and (9) below, it does so as the result of a set of specific processes that entail lexical change and where a contrast between literal and figurative meaning exists, i.
By far the most obvious is the overuse of the word 'cool' which surely has to be totally superfluous at a winter sports event, but the far more irritating adjective
in uncommonly common usage is 'crazy'.