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What are some examples of concrete nouns?

Answer

Wiki User
10/06/2015

A concrete noun is a word for something that can be experienced by any of the five physical senses; something that can be seen, heard, smelled, tasted, or touched.

Examples:

  • animal
  • apple
  • arrow
  • baby
  • bed
  • book
  • box
  • boy
  • bubble
  • cake
  • can
  • carrot
  • cars
  • cellphone
  • chair
  • computer
  • concrete
  • dandelion
  • door
  • eagle
  • egg
  • face
  • flower
  • folder
  • fork
  • garage
  • garden
  • gloves
  • grass
  • horse
  • house
  • ice
  • janitor
  • juice
  • kettle
  • knee
  • lamb
  • lion
  • moon
  • mouse
  • mountain
  • napkin
  • needle
  • notebook
  • nylon
  • onion
  • orchids
  • pencil
  • photo
  • piano
  • plate
  • purse
  • quilt
  • rain
  • ribbon
  • road
  • rock
  • rose
  • salami
  • soda
  • spoon
  • stapler
  • star
  • table
  • tape
  • toothbrush
  • turtle
  • umber
  • uncle
  • vanilla
  • violet
  • water
  • wind
  • xenon
  • x-ray
  • yam
  • yellow
  • zebra

An abstract noun is a word for something that can't be experienced by any of the five physical senses. An abstract noun is a word for something that is known, learned, thought, understood, or felt emotionally.

Some nouns can be concrete or abstract depending on use.

Examples:

He climbed the steps to the podium to explain the steps for improving grades.

She used the edge of the pool to gain an edge in her dive.