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A adjective that starts a sentence

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An adjective is a word that describe a noun.


The? Do you mean an adjective for dude? Or do you mean definition? An adjective could be anything from amazing to zoo-obsessed. The definition is ''a word that describes a noun."Hope I helped.


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