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adjective a word that describes or modifies a noun or pronoun. In the sentence, "It was a hard test," the word "hard" is an adjective.
adverb a word that describes or modifies a verb, adjective, or other adverb. Adverbs are also used to modify a whole sentence.
be used to connect the subject of a sentence to a noun or adjective that describes it. [1/8 definitions]
farther more distant; to or at a greater distance. "Farther" is a comparative form of the adjective far. [1/2 definitions]
further more distant; to or at a greater distance. "Further" is a comparative form of the adjective far. [1/4 definitions]
furthest to or at the greatest point or extent. "Furthest" is a superlative form of the adjective far. [1/2 definitions]
inflection change that occurs in the form of words to show a grammatical characteristic such as the tense of a verb, the number of a noun, or the degree of an adjective or adverb. [1/3 definitions]
less smaller in degree or amount. ("Less" is a comparative form of the adjective little.) [1/6 definitions]
no1 not at all; not any (used with the comparative form of an adjective). [1/4 definitions]
participle a form of a verb that may function as an adjective, a noun, a preposition, or part of a verb.
past participle a participle that either indicates a completed action or past state, such as "broken" in "I have broken my arm," or serves as an adjective, as "broken" in "a broken toy."
very used to make an adjective or identifier stronger. [1/6 definitions]