What are two adjectives that describe hate?
Two adjectives that describe the noun hate are ruinous and toxic.
Nouns do not describe; nouns are persons, places, things, or ideas. Adjectives are words that describe a noun. Adjectives that might describe the noun hate: Maddening Frustrating destructive upsetting vengeful ignorant
verbs don't describe, adjectives describe, nouns.
Nouns are not describing words, adjectives describe nouns and adverbs modify verbs. The words love and hate are both each a noun or a verb. Some adjectives that can describe the nouns love and hate are, deep, strong, special, moderate, or blazing.
There are many adjectives that can describe the Louisiana Purchase. Two adjectives that describe the Louisiana Purchase well are enormous and expensive.
Two adjectives that could describe the afterlife are heavenly and hellish.
She is CRAZY!!! But, we still hate/love? her...=}
that all depends on how you look at school. if you like it you can use fun and enjoyable if you hate it then you can use boring and hateful. educating and big
Two adjectives that describe the Viking Ship are Acient, and old.
Verbs are not the part of speech that describe nouns. Verbs show an action, state, or occurrence. Adjectives describe nouns. Two adjectives that can describe a cat are cuddly and feisty.
What adjective words are being described in this sentence two sales people tried to sell us this green bike?
Adjectives describe nouns other word don't describe adjectives. So there are no adjectives being described in the sentence but two, sales and green are adjectives. They describe the people and the bike.
Two adjectives that might describe the Rush-Bagot Agreement of 1817 might be historical and conciliatory.
adjectives for afterlife
Cold, and brutal.
Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns.
Adjectives can describe nouns and pronoun.
Arrogant & Pompous
Verbs don't describe. Verbs show actions eg run walk listen hammer saw or they show states eg love like hate know. Adjectives describe. Some adjectives come from the participle form of a verb and often end in -ed or -ing. A few -ing adjectives to describe the noun friend are caring, loving, and supporting.
sly & quick
Busy and Frantic!
ancient and gigantic
round and large
fat and flat
Verbs don't describe they show actions or states. eg run like hate Adjectives describe. They describe nouns eg The black dog is big. -- the adjective black describes the noun dog Some adjectives that might describe a giraffe are -- tall, elegant, fast, gangly
Well, if you are looking for adjectives to describe sunset, beautiful, orange, warm, pink.
Nouns are not describing words; adjectives describe nouns. Some adjectives that might describe the noun shopping are: daily extra hurried preplanned shoe tiresome
No adjectives describe lighten, which is a verb. Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. Adverbs describe verbs.
awesome super fun
Hairy and big
awesome and diverse
radioactive and artificial
Amiable and Athletic :)
What would you say two detailed adjectives would be to describe the character Mathilde from the short story The Necklace?
Pessimistic and greedy might be two detailed adjectives that describe the character Mathilde from the short story "The Necklace."
Canada is a noun and verbs do not describe nouns. Adjectives describe nouns, verbs show actions - walk run talk - or states - love hate like
i dont really know the answer to this question but i NEED help! can anyone give me 2 adjectives that describe the incas
Caesar has two: "lean and hungry"
Two adjective to describe the noun stop are quick and full.
Hades is a noun and verbs don't describe nouns, adjectives describe nouns. Verbs are words that show actions eg walk / run / talk or states eg feel / love / hate
wisdom and creativity
· eccentric · egotistic
Beautiful and contagious