(Gram.) An attributive adjective
(Gram.) A word, such as a, the, this, each, some, either, or my, that determines the use of a noun without essentially modifying it and is placed before a descriptive adjective
(Computing) Generated by means of a procedure, rather than being designed.
In some languages, a relation or function word, as English in, by, for, with, to, etc., that connects a lexical word, usually a noun or pronoun, or a syntactic construction, to another element of the sentence, as to a verb (Ex.: he went to the store), to a noun (Ex.: the sound of loud music), or to an adjective (Ex.: good for her)
An adjectival phrase or clause.
One that limits:
Involving connected words or clauses
Dependent is defined as someone who relies on someone else for their existence.
A person or thing that modifies; esp., a word, phrase, or clause that limits the meaning of another word or phrase
Find another word for adjective. In this page you can discover 38 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for adjective, like: attribute, article, descriptive term, descriptive word, genitive, qualifier, qualifying term, attributive, determiner, attributive name and procedural.