WillyPart of speech: adjective
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- Alex looked at the ugly Gray God, aware of his reputation as a savage race bordering on suicide.
- The intriguing old diplomat hoped to rule Florence as a grand vicar under this inexperienced princess.
Adjective, wis · uh, wis · est. they have the power to discriminate and judge correctly what is true or right and what is discretion, discretion or discretion. characterized or demonstrated by such power of judgment or prudence: wise decision.
Some adjectives, such as likeable, charming, current and masterful, already end with protection and do not have a clear adverbial form. Use the adjective in an adverbial sentence: This was done the ____ way. He is a beautiful person. She spoke to me kindly.
Early is an adverb or adjective. The meetings will now take place in March, two months earlier.
Adjective. very unnaturally exciting or extremely excited or anxious: becoming nervous under stress. Nerves or related to them: nervous tension.
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Adjective, greed i uh, greed i am. excessive or excessive cravings for wealth, profit, etc. greedy: the greedy owners of the business. having strong or large cravings for food or drink. very greedy greedy (often followed by or before): eager for praise.
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Polite words include please, thank you, and sorry. Excuse me, that’s what I say when I want the attention of others. I can use my words to say, sorry if I want to talk to someone else. When I use excuses, I wait for the other person to look at me, move or talk to me.
Free base. Courtesy. Kindness is best expressed through the practical application of good manners or etiquette. It is a culturally defined phenomenon, so what is considered polite in one culture can sometimes be quite coarse or just plain quirky in another cultural context.
Options. Judgment. POLISHED. The auditory instincts of the positive observer speak to the eye. Other »Not classified.
Adjective, po lit er, po lit est. shows good behavior towards others, eg. B. in behavior, language, etc. polite citizen: a polite response. refined or cultured: polite company.
Adverbs and Adjectives in English Adjectives tell us something about a person or thing. This sentence is about Mandy the driver, so she uses the adjective. Mandy drives carefully. This sentence is about her driving style, so she uses adverbs.
Examples of courtesy in a sentence It was polite of you to keep the door open for them. Be nice to guests. It is rude to interrupt people while they are talking. Despite the shortcomings in her performance, she received polite applause.