Comparative and superlative words for dangerous?
Many (but not all) words that end in -est are the superlative form of an adjective. For example, the comparative form of old is older, and the superlative form is oldest. Please note that this is not the way all adjectives form the comparative and superlative: long adjectives (and some shorter ones) do not form the comparative and superlative with endings, but instead put "more" and "most" before the adjective. For example, the comparative form…