an abrupt snap
Half-eaten Hot dog ~Apex because I just took the test.
A descriptive phrase for worldview
A descriptive phrase is added information to the subject, object,... E.g.: The girl (= subject) + who thought she was beautiful (= descriptive phrase) + verb
i have no clue
what is the most common phrase? gerund, adverbial, descriptive, or a past tense phrase
An idiom cannot be deciphered by context, and an ordinary phrase can.
moves in the sea like clouds in the wind
yes hi I'm Bret
adjectives for afterlife
It is a smallest, rocky planet, and is nearest to the sun.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This was a descriptive phrase for onions. They're round like eggs and they stink.
Yes, the word "new" is an adjective in the English phrase "new apartment complex." An adjective serves a descriptive and modifying role in a phrase, question or sentence. The word in question tells the descriptive information of the age of the complex while at the same time modifying a noun, which is exactly what adjectives do.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This is a descriptive phrase referring to wooing. Sparrow catching was looking for a girl to go out with you.
epithet a descriptive adjective or phrase used to characterize someone or something.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This was a descriptive phrase to refer to grabbing the saddle horn. No cowboy wanted to have to squeeze the biscuit.
Cowboys loved a colorful phrase! This is a descriptive phrase for tossing a penny. Cowboys didn't usually have a quarter to toss "heads or tails."