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Pilgrim as in the Pilgrim Thanksgiving, or you can go unconventional with a Dickinsian Thanksgiving.

Or festive.

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Thanksgiving is the proper adjective for Thanksgiving, as in "Thanksgiving turkey" and "Thanksgiving parade."

Turkeys are the keynote guest at Thanksgiving. At Thanksgiving turkeys are kaput.

Common adjectives are all adjectives that do not refer to a proper noun. Proper adjectives are the adjective forms of proper nouns (e.g. Shakespearean from the proper noun Shakespeare). They are capitalized in English.

Proper adjectives need to be capitalized.

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A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title.Some proper nouns that relate to Thanksgiving are:Thanksgiving (the name of a specific holiday, a proper noun is always capitalized)Plymouth ColonyWampanoag IndiansMacy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeButterball Turkey"A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving""Planes, Trains, and Automobiles", best Thanksgiving movie

Proper nouns are always capitalised, but adjectives are not.

Loud and soft are not proper adjectives. The easiest way to remember what proper adjectives are is that they are usually adjectives which are similar to their proper noun form. For example, Canada is a proper noun. Canadian, when used to describe a noun, such as, Canadian bacon, is the proper adjective.

Pilgrims Indians and more.

Qatarian and Qatari are proper adjectives that start with Q.

Cuban and Peruvian are the proper adjectives for Cuba and Peru.

Parisian and Alpine are the proper adjectives for Paris and Alps.

Bostonian and Navajo are the proper adjectives for Boston and Navajo.

Antiguan and Polish are the proper adjectives for Antigua and Poland.

Thanksgiving is both a proper noun as well as a common noun.

Pronouns should not be capitalized. Proper nouns and proper adjectives are capitalized.

In general, an adjective is a proper adjective if its meaning is "pertaining to "x", where "X" is some specific person, place, language, or organized group. Most proper adjectives are derived from proper nouns; for example the proper adjective Japaneseis derived from the proper noun Japan. Some proper adjectives like Unitarian or Episcopal are not derived from proper nouns. Occasionally the reverse is true; for example the proper noun Hispanic is derived from the proper adjective Hispanichope i had help you

Egyptian, Eritrean, and English are proper adjectives that start with the letter E.

The word Thanksgiving is a proper noun because it is the name of a specific holiday.

There are many types of functional adjectives, but all are essentially words that modify or describe a noun or pronoun (person, place or thing).Proper AdjectivesCommon AdjectivesCompound AdjectivesDemonstrative AdjectivesInterrogative AdjectivesQuantitative AdjectivesDescriptive AdjectivesIndefinite AdjectivesPossessive AdjectivesBut the three types of adjective by use are ordinary(common), demonstrative, and proper adjectives.Here are some examples of ordinary adjectives:The building is tall.I met a very old man.The quick, brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.That's a beautiful dress you are wearing.Demonstrative adjectives, include this, those, these, and that. Demonstrative adjectives show whether the noun they refer to is singular or plural and whether it is located near to or far from the speaker or writer.Proper adjectives that are forms of proper nouns (e.g. French, Italian).

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Yes, Thanksgiving Day is a proper noun, the name of a specific day.

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Demonstrative adjectives are this and that, and the plurals these and those. Proper adjectives are the adjective forms of proper nouns (e.g. Shakespearean from the proper noun Shakespeare).

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