Comentários do leitor

What is a noun that describes food

por Chante Ochoa (2019-10-17)


Nouns are not describing words; adjectives are the words that describe nouns. The word 'food' is a noun. Some adjectives that describe the noun food are:


hot food

cold food

Japanese food

Mexican food

spicy food

natural food

good food

fried food

strained food

spoiled food
Is nutritious an adjective?
Yes, nutritious is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. Example: You should eat plenty of nutritious food. ("nutritious" describes the noun "food")

share: Is tasty an adjective?
yes because it describes food which is a noun

share: Is favorite an action verb?
No, favorite is an adjective. It describes a noun. My favorite food is roast chicken. (Favorite describes the noun "food.") An action verb shows motion or activity-- for example: to run, to sing, to eat, to study, to play.

share: Is spicy an adjective?
Yes it is an adjective because it describes a noun (usually the taste of food).

share: What describes an noun?
An adjective describes a noun

share: An adjective describes a verb and an adverb describes a noun?
An adjective describes a verb, and an adverb describes a noun

share: What part of speech is meal?
Meal is a noun. It describes food that is eaten at a certain time like breakfast.

share: Is 'Indian a common noun or proper noun?
The noun 'Indian' is a proper noun as a word for a native American or a person of India. The word 'Indian' is a proper adjective as a word that describes a noun: Indian food, or Indian culture.

share: Does an adjective describe a verb and an adverb describes a noun?
No. An adjective describes a noun and an adverb describes a verb.

share: A word that describes a noun is known as what?
A word that describes a noun is an adjective

share: What part of speech describes a noun?
An adjective is the word that describes a noun.

share: Is vegetables a concrete or abstract noun?
The word "vegetable" is a concrete noun, a culinary term for a food. It describes a type of food, and anything so defined could be seen, touched, and tasted. Vegetable can also be an adjective referring to plants, especially those used as food.

share: What is one noun that describes an Arctic fox?
A noun that describes an arctic fox is mammal.

share: Does an adverb describe a noun?
No, an adverb describes a verb or an adjective. An adjective is the word that describes a noun.

share: What is a describing word?
it is a adj. it describes a noun like the noun is dog the adj. is playfulness While an adjective describes a noun (the DOG is PLAYFUL), an adverb describes a verb (the dog BARKED PLAYFULLY).

share: Does an adjective describe a verb and an adverb describe a noun?
No. An adjective describes a noun and an adverb describes a verb.

share: Is a noun and an adjective the same thing?
No, a noun is a word for person, place, thing or idea. An adjective is a word that describes a noun. Examples: You have a nice smile. (the adjective 'nice' describes the noun 'smile') I would love a cup of hot tea. (the adjective 'hot' describes the noun 'tea') The bus is late. (the adjective 'late' describes the noun 'bus' as a predicate adjective following a linking verb)

share: What does a predicate noun mean?
A predicate noun describes the noun in the sentence.

share: Is a verb a discribing word?
No. A verb states what a noun is doing. An adjective describes a noun, and an adverb describes a verb.

share: Is singer an adverb?
No, the word "singer" is not an adverb. "Singer" is actually a noun.

share: How would you know its a noun or adjective?
A noun is a person, place, or thing: Person: John, Sally, Frank Place: New York, Boston, Madrid Thing: car, boat, ball An adjective is a word that describes the noun. a red ball ('red' is the adjective - it describes the noun 'ball') a good vacation ('good' is the adjective - it describes the noun 'vacation') an ugly woman ('ugly' is the adjective - it describes the noun 'woman')

share: Is extremely a noun?
No, it's an adjective. It DESCRIBES what a NOUN is.

share: What part of speech word is the Sincerity?
The word Sincerity is an abstract noun. A noun describes a person, place or thing. An abstract noun is a noun that describes a thing that cannot be detected with the 5 senses.

share: What is the difference between adjective and abstract noun?
Adjective vs Abstract Noun A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing. An adjective is a word that describes a noun. Examples: 1. Francis is a nice person. (the adjective 'nice' describes the noun 'person') 2. Italy is an interesting country. (the adjective 'interesting' describes the noun 'country', a place) 3. Angela accepts the red rose. (the adjective 'red' describes the noun 'rose', a thing) An abstract noun is a... Read More

share: Is blue an adjective?
Yes, it describes a noun. As in : This car is blue. It can be a noun itself when it describes a color (e.g. the blue of the ocean).

share: Which is the verb in the sentence children are playing?
Playing is the verb . In this sentence, "children" is the noun. And "playing" is the word which describes their action. A verb describes the action of a noun in general. And as the word "playing" describes the action of the noun, "children", it is the verb in this sentence.

share: Is careful a noun?
No as it describes something, A noun is a "thing", this could be a name like John,or a place like Scotland or it is a Bike. But Careful describes the noun so it is an adjective.

share: What is the name of the part of speech which describes a noun?
The name of the part of speech which describes a noun is "adjective." Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns.

share: Is normal a noun?
No, normal is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. Example: Bob is a normal boy. The word normal describes boy.

share: Is fresh a noun a verb or an adjective?
It is an adjective, it describes a noun.

share: Is the word simple a noun?
No, it is an adjetive, because it describes a noun.

share: Is bespectacled a noun?
No, bespectacled is an adjective, a word that describes a noun.

share: 바카라사이트 Is unhappy a verb or noun?
It's an adjective...which describes a noun.

share: Is unusual a noun?
No. Unusual is an adjective, something that describes a noun.

share: Is worthwhile a noun?
Worthwhile is an adjective, a word that describes a noun.

share: What is a word that describes someone?
A word that describes a noun is called an adjective.

share: What is the abstract noun of she spoke calmly?
The noun "calmness" describes the situation. It is an abstract noun.

share: Is concieted a noun?
No, conceited is an adjective, a word the describes a noun. The noun for is conceitedness or conceit.

share: Is lenient a noun?
No, lenient is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form is leniency.

share: Does a pronoun describe a noun?
No, a pronoun take the place of a noun. An adjective describes a noun.

share: Is vast a noun?
No, vast is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form is vastness.

share: What kind of noun is picturesque?
Picturesque is not at all noun, it is an adjective, a word that describes a noun.

share: An adjective describes a verb?
An adjective describes a noun. noun = dog adjective = black / big / smelly a big black smelly dog

share: Is colorful a verb?
no colorful is an adjective, because it describes a noun. E.G. : I saw a colorful balloon today. (Colorful describes balloon, the noun)

share: Is the word cylinder a noun?
It describes an object, so yes it is a noun.

share: Is harmful a noun?
No, harmful is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form is harm or harmfulness.

share: Is indigenous a noun?
The word indigenous is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form is indigenousness.

share: Is outrageous a noun?
The word outrageous is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form is outrageousness.

share: Is phenomenal a noun?
No, the phenomenal is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form for the adjective is phenomenality.

share: Is vicarious a noun?
No, the word vicarious is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. The noun form is vicariousness.

share: About
Contact Us
Terms of Use
Privacy Policy
Consumer Choice
IP Issues
Disclaimer
Cookie Policy
C 2019 Answers
Trending Questions
What is ASMR? What are the most dangerous creatures in Australia? Who was Cameron Boyce? What's in Area 51? What are some foods that only Canadians eat? Why is the internet worried about Ariana Grande? What were the most unnecessary movie remakes or reboots ever made? What is the history of Velcro? Who is Halle Bailey? What are the most haunted places in the United States of America? About
Contact Us
Terms of Use
Privacy Policy
Consumer Choice
IP Issues
Disclaimer
Cookie Policy
C 2019 Answers