The noun form of the adjective 'reasonable' is reasonableness.The word 'reasonable' is the adjective form of the noun reason.
It is an adjective.
Reasonable is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. Example: That is a reasonable request.
The noun forms for the adjective reasonable are reasonability and reasonableness. The word reason is also a noun.
Yes, it is a derivative adjective from the verb "to afford."It means "able to be afforded" (inferring sold at a reasonable price).
It is a adjective meaning someone or something is showing sense, or being reasonable.
The verb "to explain" has adjective forms explained, explaining, and explanatory.
No, it isn't . Reasonable is an adjective, because it is a descriptive word that relates to a noun.e.g. The price seemed reasonable. He was a reasonable man.Reasonably, however, is an adverb with much the same meaning.e.g. We were reasonably sure that we would arrive on time. (a reasonable assumption)Adverbs describe verbs, whereas adjectives describe nouns.
The adjective forms for reason (a noun and a verb) are: reasonable, the present participle, reasoning, and the past participle of the verb, reasoned.That would be a reasonable solution.A reasoning person would not believe your premise.The reasoned decision of the court will finally resolve the dispute.
Today is either an adverb or a noun, but not an adjective. Examples:I'll finish the job today. (Adverb)We spoke to them today. (Adverb)Today is a fine day. (Noun)The prices of today are reasonable. (Noun)
· radiant · rational · ravishing · reasonable · reliable · remarkable · respectful · responsible · righteous · romantic
This may be-- the adjective reasonable (fair, equitable)-- the verb "resemble" (to look like)-- the adjective "responsible" (in charge of, or acting)A similar longer word is "reprehensible" (morally wrong).
No, it is not an adverb. But the adjective "sound" (sturdy, reasonable) can have the adverb form "soundly" (often used with the verb sleep).
The word 'healthy' is an adjective used to describe the noun 'lifestyle'.Examples of adjective that can describe the noun phrase 'healthy lifestyle' are:dailyeasymoreordinarypossibletruepracticalreasonable
Sporting (adjective)ספּוֹרטִיבִי (sportívi) sporting, sporty, sportsmanlikeהוֹגֶן (hogén) fair, decent, straight, upright, reasonable, sporting
REASONABLE - Conformable or agreeable to reason; just; rational.(from: http://www.lectlaw.com/def2/q101.htm)The word "reasonable" is an adjective and not a noun, therefore tricky to define with any specificity. It is used when applicable to some other word with which it is used to amplify and add meaning to.See below link for a discussion of its use:
There are many answers to this question. The main answer would be sensible.The others could belevelheadedrationalsanereasonableshrewdwiseprudentsagacious
The word justifiable is an adjective, not a verb, noun, or adverb.The adjective justifiable describes a noun as able to be shown to be right or reasonable; having sufficient grounds for justification; possible to justify. Example:We can't penalize a student if they have a justifiable explanation.
No, it is either a verb form or a plural noun. It is the third person singular, present tense conjugation of the verb to reason. Related adjectives include reasoned and reasonable.
more reasonable, as reasonable as...; less reasonable; very/extremely reasonable, the most reasonable. [the first 3 forms are the Comparative; the 2 last ones - the Superlative].
how reasonable is the rent
The adjective prudential is a form of the word prudent, which means careful, discreet, cautious, wise or reasonable. Prudential guidance would be guidance given in a careful, discreet, cautious, wise, or reasonable manner. An example sentence:The supervisors on Answers.com give prudential guidanceto prevent newcomers to the site from abusing the privileges.