Origin of predicate adjective
Words nearby predicate adjective
How to use predicate adjective in a sentence
This time he decline to offer an adjective, said he would leave it to others to go through the tea leaves of the election.In Press Conference, Obama Turns Conciliatory—Mostly|Eleanor Clift|November 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
How could I have written something so, so (fill in the negative adjective)?
And so we are all supposed to denote something from “working mother” as a descriptive adjective.
FRIEDMAN: I think you also laid the predicate for the Iran negotiations.
His 2004 Democratic Convention address propelled him into the national spotlight, laying the presidential predicate.
Pope-holy; properly an adjective, meaning 'holy as a pope,' hence, hypocritical.
When the exact sense was lost, the suffix -al seemed to be adjectival, and the word dismal became at last an adjective.
This is the termination of the present participle and verbal adjective derived from verbs in -a.Frdric Mistral|Charles Alfred Downer
This is wrong, and probably due to the dropping of the final e in the definite adjective firste.
Once more there is no definition of the term able-bodied, which is used sometimes as an adjective and sometimes as a substantive.English Poor Law Policy|Sidney Webb