[ hwuht-soh-air, hwot-, wuht-, wot- ]
/ ˌʰwʌt soʊˈɛər, ˌʰwɒt-, ˌwʌt-, ˌwɒt- /
pronoun, adjective Literary.
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Comparatives vs. SuperlativesThe positive form of an adjective or adverb is the basic form listed in a dictionary, e.g.” “red,” “awful” (adjectives); “soon,” “quickly” (adverbs). Adjectives and adverbs can show degrees of quality or amount with the endings -er and -est or with the words more and most or less and least. The comparative form is the greater or lesser degree of the quality named, e.g., “redder,” “more/less awful,” “sooner,” “more/less quickly.” The superlative form is the greatest or least degree of …
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