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Not entirely sure what this has to do with routers, but this is your answer " Tree Shaped " adjective - resembling a tree in form and branching structure.

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Examples of ADJECTIVE


Typical adjective endings
  1. They live in a beautiful house.
  2. Lisa is wearing a sleeveless shirt today. This soup is not edible.
  3. She wore a beautiful dress.
  4. He writes meaningless letters.
  5. This shop is much nicer.
  6. She wore a beautiful dress.
  7. Ben is an adorable baby.
  8. Linda's hair is gorgeous.
  9. This glass is breakable.
  10. I met a homeless person in NY.
Denominal adjective examples
  1. A mathematical puzzle.
  2. A biological experiment.
  3. A wooden boat.
  4. I married an American woman.
  5. The Jewish community in NY is very big.
  6. Mary has a collection of expensive Russian dolls.
  7. In the winter you must wear heavy woollen clothes.
  8. The polar bear is listed as threatened.
Order of adjective examples
  1. I love that really big old green antique car that is always parked at the end of the street. [quality - size - age - color - qualifier]
  2. My sister has a beautiful big white bulldog. [quality - size - color]
  3. A wonderful old Italian clock. [opinion - age - origin]
  4. A big square blue box. [size - shape - color]
  5. A disgusting pink plastic ornament. [opinion - color - material]
  6. Some new slim French trousers. [age - shape - origin]
  7. My small new red sleeping bag. [size - age - color - purposee]
  8. I bought a pair of black leather shoes. [color - material]
Comparing adjective examples
  1. This house is bigger than that one.
  2. This flower is more beautiful than that.
  3. He is taller than Mr. Hulas.
  4. He is more intelligent than this boy.
  5. Jonathan is the most handsome man on campus.
  6. This is the prettiest dress in the window.
  7. I lost my most comfortable shoes.
  8. My job is worse than yours.
Compound adjectives examples
  1. This is a four-foot table.
  2. Daniella is a part-time worker.
  3. This is an all-too-common error.
  4. Beware of the green-eyed monster.
  5. He is a cold-blooded man.
  6. We saw a man-eating shark!
  7. Danny's dog is well-behaved.
  8. You have to be open-minded about things.
Adjectival phrase examples
  1. Susan is really clever.
  2. The doctor is very late.
  3. My sister is fond of animals.
  4. I am happy to meet you.
  5. The kids are ready to go.
  6. Don't be afraid of the dark.
  7. Tony lost his dark brown briefcase.
  8. He's an extraordinary looking man.
Examples of Adjectives Using Adjectives in Sentence

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I'm looking for a tree with heart shaped leavea


http://www.leaf-id.com/heart-shaped-leaves?native=91

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Some examples of adjective


An adjective describes something. Example: She drove a (red) car. Example: You asked a (lousy) question. Example: I gave a (simple) answer. The words in ( ) are adjectives. Adjectives describe objects or people, nouns. Adverbs describe actions or verbs. Example: He runs (slowly). Example: She (quickly) brushed her teeth. You can leave the adjectives and adverbs out of a sentence and the sentence will still be complete, The adjectives and adverbs just tell a little more about what you are talking about.

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Tree shape potery


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Adjectives list


an adjective is a descriptive word so any words that describe a noun are adjectives; example-- bright sun--- sun is a noun and bright is the adjective

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