Adjective synonyms

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(Logic) That which is predicated or affirmed of a subject; a predicate; an accident.
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(Computing, programming) A marker that qualifies or modifies another code element.
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(Gram.) An attributive adjective
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(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
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(Computing) Generated by means of a procedure, rather than being designed.
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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)
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An adjectival phrase or clause.
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One that limits:
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Someone who identifies; a person who establishes the identity of.
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(Grammar) A dispensable phrase in a clause or sentence that amplifies its meaning, such as "for a while" in "I typed for a while".
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(Grammar) An adjective used as a noun.
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(In Latin grammar) a verbal adjective that describes obligation or necessity, equivalent in form to the future passive participle.
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Involving connected words or clauses
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Dependent is defined as someone who relies on someone else for their existence.
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Having substance; enduring; solid; firm; substantial.
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A person or thing that modifies; esp., a word, phrase, or clause that limits the meaning of another word or phrase
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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.