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What is an adjective with 9 letters that means lasting for a very short time?

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I'm thinking "ephemeral".

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Fleeting, temporary. transient, fugatious, momentary.
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Posted on Dec 06, 2016

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  • Rose baker
    Rose baker Dec 06, 2016

    Thanks

  • Rose baker
    Rose baker Dec 06, 2016

    The one I was looking for is ephemeral. :)

  • Michelle Davis
    Michelle Davis Dec 06, 2016

    Playing word scramble?

  • Bill Boyd Dec 14, 2016

    then use a therosius .not a dictionary. that book as all the words that mean the same are close to the same for each word

  • Geoff White
    Geoff White Dec 15, 2016

    Yep ephemeral is a good one

  • Rose baker
    Rose baker Dec 15, 2016

    Thank you Bill Boyd and Geoff White :)

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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.
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Where is adjective


In English the English language a adjective is a word that describes (the subject) of the sentence it may appear any place int the sentence. The adjective is easy to spot once you see it in action. Here are a few examples.

  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.

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The word LULLY is no adverb. It is the name of a French composer (XVII century) .

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I do not no what just means


I am not quite sure what you mean. The adjective or the adverb?
As an adjective, JUST means acting (or done) in accordance with what is morally right; fair, equitable, evenhanded, etc.
As an adverb: Just what I need means EXACTLY what I need;
I have just arrived means I arrived exactly or nearly at this moment.
For additional information, the best thing to do is to look up the word in a dictionary.

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Give examples of noun derivative


noun derivative - a verb that becomes a noun by adding a suffix.

You sometimes come across words which have been derived from their roots by adding certain structures like prefixes and suffixes.


You sometimes come across words which have been derived from their roots by adding certain structures like prefixes and suffixes.
In your earlier years of schooling, you must have been done with exercises and development activities on the use of prefixes
A prefix- is a group of letters added before a word or base to alter its meaning and form a new word. In contrast, a suffix is a group of letters added after a word or base.
5 Example of prefixes:
Prefixes MEANING EXAMPLES
ana- up, back, again analogy, anatomy, anagram
anti- against antipathy, antiwar, antisocial
apo- from, away from apology, apologize
com- with, together communal, community
con- with, together connect, confide conspire
there are so many example of this. i hope it helps. remember that an adjective derivative is a noun, verb and adjective that becomes an adjective by means of adding affixes.
In this lesson, you will deal with deriving words through the use of suffixes.
A suffix added to the end of a root word.
5 Example of suffixes:
Suffixes Meaning Example
-ics things having to do with optics, physics
-ism the belief in pacifism, terrorism, socialism, communism
-logy study field of biology, geology, etymology, cardiology
-or, -er one who takes part in doctor, actor, teacher, driver
-sis act, state, condition of analysis
We have, for example, a verb that becomes a noun by adding a suffix.
This is called a noun derivative
A noun that becomes an adjective by adding a suffix is called an adjective derivative
Example of Adjective Derivative:
subject- subjective
addict- addictive
react- reactive
success- successive
care- careless
ugly- ugliness
hope- hopeless
steel- steely
accept- acceptable
obey - obedient
there are so many example of this. i hope it helps. remember that an adjective derivative is a noun, verb and adjective that becomes an adjective by means of adding affixes.
These are but few ways by which we can identify how words are derived.

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