What are compound words using the word 'drive'?
Compound words using the word 'wood' are woodchuck or wormwood.
Here are some compound words using the word news: Newspaper Newsboy Newsprint
A compound word using the word 'small' is smallpox.
Some compound words using 'pie' are magpie, piebald, potpie, and porkpie hat.
Compound words can be made with country and walk using the word side. The compound words are countryside and sidewalk.
a complex compound word involves using multiple hard compound words in a sentence.
Compound words using the word 'one' are: anyone everyone onetime someone
Examples of compound words that include the word 'stay' are: mainstay overstay stay over
Worldview and worldwide are compound words Other compound words include afterworld and underworld.
The compound word drive-in is both an adjective and a noun. The noun drive-in is a singular, common, concrete, compound noun; a word for a restaurant or movie where you can have a meal or watch a movie while in your car; a word for a thing.
nobody is one for sure
inside, inwards, into.
Compound words using field: backfield battlefield coalfield cornfield fieldwork fieldworker midfield minefield
Yes, if using the definition that a compound word is comprised of two words being concatenated (joined) together to form a new word, then in this case the two words - (1) "fat" and (2) "her" - are joined together to make the compound word "father".
You are asking about a compound word.
My father is admonishing me to be more careful or else I will get hurt. This is an example of a compound sentence using the word admonish.
you can put a compound word into any sentence you want but it has to make sense. (see what i did there)
The word appear, though it seems to have multiple words in it, is not technically a compound word. Compound words are usually made when people start using two words together so much that they morph together over time into a new word. In this case, the word isn't made up of smaller words.
Words with passion: Passionate Passionflower Passionless
Intersection (if using definitions) Walk (if using compound words)
Some compound words containing bar are: barbell barfly sandbar barmaid bartender handlebars
Compound words that start with neck: neckband neckerchief necklace neckline neckpiece necktie neckwear
It is probably impossible, considering that compound words only have two words that are connected, the words thunder, snow, and black are 3 different words.
outcast! These are compound words using the word out: outdoor,outfield, outgoing, outlaw, outlet, outlive, outlook, output, outrage, outshine, outsize, outwit, outworn ,outside, outboard, outbound, outbreak, outbuilding, outburst and outcome.
Compound words with every: Everybody Everyday Everyman Everyone Everyplace Everything Every-time Everywhere
There are various compounds in the environment. It is the sentence using compound word.
no, why would it? compound word would be mailbox, mail-and-box. driveway, drive-and-way. persuasive, per-and-suasive... not quite.
Some compound words using after are: afterburner aftercare aftereffect afterglow afterlife afternoon aftershave aftershock aftertaste afterthought afterwards afterwords hereafter hereinafter thereafter
Me Myself, i would think 1.
Its a compound word.
Compound words using walk: boardwalk cakewalk catwalk crosswalk jaywalk sidewalk walkabout walkout walkover walkway
This sentence is precise. + It is also a compound sentence.= This sentence is precise and it is a compound sentence.
One such word is inside. Using in to make a compound word is tricky in is also a prefix meaning not. Examples include injustice, insubordinate and intolerant.
Yes, the word 'sign language' is a compound noun; a word for a system of communication using visual gestures and signs; a word for a thing.
Here is a sample compound sentence using the word turmoil. The final day of school ended in much confusion, and the students were in turmoil because their principal was absent.
An imperative sentence voices a command and a compound predicate is two or more predicates with the same subject. An imperative sentence using the word chic and a compound predicate is: You must be chic and have elegance!
skincare skin-deep skin rash
backbone breastbone collarbone shinbone wishbone
No, unpack is not a compound word because "un" is not a word a compound word is a word that has two words in it.
east-west west-east north-west and so on
backside broadside outside inside sideways sidestep sidelong sideline