comp= more lonesome
sup= most lonesome
more lonesome, most lonesome
more lonesome most lonesome
The comparative degree is lovelier. The superlative degree is loveliest.
"Less" is the comparative degree of little. The superlative degree is least.
The comparative of hot is hotter. The superlative of hot is hottest.
The comparative degree of cheerful is more cheerful. Its superlative degree, then, is most cheerful.
comparative : purer superlative : purest
Comparative: Noisier Superlative: Noisiest
holier is comparative and holiest is superlative
Comparative is wealthier and the superlative is wealthiest
The comparative degree is 'more magnificent' and the superlative degree is 'most magnificent'.
there is no such thing as the superlative and comparative degree of better because better is the comparative form for well or good and the superlative for good or well is best
The comparative degree is bigger.
The comparative degree is wider.
Blue as a comparative is bluer, and as a superlative is bluest.
Word Comparative Degree Superlative Degree Interesting more interesting most interesting Comparative- More interesting. Superlative- Most Interesting.
"Might" is a verb and a noun and, as such, does not have a comparative or superlative degree.
More popular (Comparative Degree) Most popular (Superlative Degree)
Comparative = more important Superlative = most important
positive comparative superlative mad madder maddest
Lazy is the positive degree. The comparative is lazier, and the superlative is laziest.
comparative-more promptly, superlative-most promptly
Younger is the comparative form. Youngest is the superlative form.
Shape is a noun and a verb and, as such, does not have a comparative or a superlative degree.
The comparative degree of excellent is more excellent, and the superlative degree of excellent is most excellent.
Get is a verb and does not have comparative or superlative degrees.
Comparative expresses a higher degree of a quality, but not the highest possible. Superlative expresses the highest or a very high degree of a quality. brave Comparative: braver Superlative: bravest
The positive degree is the base form of the adjective or adverb (not the comparative or the superlative). Example adjective: good = positive degree better = the comparative best = the superlative Example adverb: much = positive degree more = the comparative most = the superlative
most often is the superlative degree for often
The comparative form is farther or further. The superlative is the farthest or the furthest.
The forms of the adjective 'bright' are: the comparative is brighter the superlative is brightest.
"Industry" is a noun and, as such, does not have a comparative or superlative degree. The comparative and superlative degrees of the adjective industrial are more industrial and most industrial respectively.
"Sacrifice" is a noun and a verb and, as such, does not have a comparative or superlative degree. If that was sacrificial, it would be more sacrificial and most sacrificial.
Tighter is the comparative; tightest is the superlative.
touchier = comparative touchiest = superlative
Comparative: luckierSuperlative: luckiest.
Adjectives and adverbs have comparative and superlative degrees. The comparative degree expresses a higher degree of a quality, but not the highest possible (e.g., braver; more fiercely). The superlative degree expresses the highest or a very high degree of a quality (e.g., bravest, most fiercely).
There are: Comparative-more swiftly and superlative-most swiftly. Hope it helps you!
Health is not an adjective and therefore does not have comparative and superlative forms. Healthy, however, is an adjective, with the comparative form of healthier and the superlative form of healthiest.
lONER!! Hey but their plenty of fish that are loners too!
more modest, most modest
Comparative degree for the word 'full' is fuller Superlative for the same is fullest.
"Might" is a verb and a noun and, as such, does not have a comparative or superlative degree. If that was mighty, they would be mightier and mightiest.
Neither. Pretty is the positive degree. The comparative is prettier; the superlative is prettiest.
better for its comparative and best for its superlative