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Any one you want as you have not posted the word you require the adjective for

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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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List of adjectives describing weathered


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Here is a comprehensive list of adjectives describing the weather:
  • arid
  • bad
  • bitter
  • blusterous
  • balmy
  • calm
  • cold
  • cloudy
  • crummy
  • clear
  • close
  • damp
  • dead
  • dark
  • drizzly
  • frosty
  • good
  • hot
  • humid
  • hazy
  • icy
  • mild
  • misty
  • muggy
  • rainy
  • raw
  • revolting
  • sunny
  • stormy
  • snow
  • steamy
  • showery
  • scorching
  • sultry
  • tempestuous
  • warm
  • wet
  • windy

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A noun is any physical or imaginary object.
A verb is anything that an object can do.
A pronoun is a special reusable "general purpose" noun used to indicate another noun.
An adjective (you missed that one) is a word that describes a noun.
An adverb is a word that describes a verb.

For example, "My red ladder folds easily - it is new".
"Ladder" is a noun, a physical object. "Folds" is a verb - it tells what the ladder can do. "My" and "red" are both adjectives; they describe the ladder (the noun). "Easily" is an adverb; it describes how the ladder folds (describes the verb). "It" is a pronoun, which is reusable because the same "it" could be used to indicate a ladder, a car, a shirt, a philosophy, an incident, nearly any noun. "is" is another verb, telling something that "it" can do (it can "be" something). "New" is another adjective, describing the ladder.

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What is a adjective


An adjective is a word describing, generally, a noun.
A noun is the name of any person, place, animal or thing.
"man" is a noun
"old man" is an adjective describing the noun which in this case is "man"

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What is a adjective


That is a weird question under PC Desktops.
This is English Grammar
An adjective is a describing word, usually about a noun.
'That is a trainer' - trainer is a Noun
That is a new trainer' new is an adjective describing the noun trainer.
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What are some nouns describing the sun and some nouns for the moon?


Nouns that describe the sun include day-star, solar disk, solar orb, eye of heaven, great luminary, light of the day, lamp of the day, source of light and giver of light.
  • Nouns do not describe; adjectives are the describing words for nouns.
  • The word moon is a noun, some adjectives that describe the moon are: bright, cool, round,full, half, new, crescent

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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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Give me an example of list of adjectives to describe a noun


Adjectives that may describe a person
Tall, short, fat, slim, neat, sloppy, beautiful, handsome, ugly, cruel, tender, heartless, smart, stupid, brainless, active, hyperactive, etc.

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