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How to use adj. in a sentence
Tostitos (adj.)—acting in a cheesy and/or corny fashion, reminiscent of America's popular tortilla chip.The Real Jersey Dictionary, Vol. 3|Jaimie Etkin|March 24, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Absonant, ab′so-nant, adj. discordant: absurd: unnatural (with to or from)—opp.
Abnormal, ab-nor′mal, adj. not normal or according to rule: irregular—also Abnor′mous.
Acanthopterygian, ak-an-thop-tėr-ij′i-an, adj. having spiny fins.
Acatalectic, a-kat-a-lek′tik, adj. having the complete number of syllables as a verse: without defect.
Absurd, ab-surd′, adj. obviously unreasonable or false: ridiculous.
British Dictionary definitions for adj.
Also: adjt adjutant
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