Nouns that are used to describe other nouns are called attributive nouns, or form compound nouns. Some examples of nouns used to describe the noun 'fire' are:houseforesttrashcarcamp
A noun used to describe another noun is called an attributive noun. Two nouns to describe the noun fire are gunand structure.
Nouns are not describing words. Adjectives describe nouns and adverbs modify verbs. The word fire is both a noun and a verb. Fire is also an adjective. Adjectives to describe the noun fire: hot, blazing, smoldering, destructive. Adverbs to modify the verb fire: quickly, carefully, unexpectedly, reluctantly. Some nouns that the adjective fire might describe: damage, light, roasted, wood.
Verbs don't describe nouns, adjectives describe nouns and adverb modify verbs. The word fire is a noun and a verb.Adjectives:hot firebright fireblazing firerelaxing firewild fireAdverbs:unjustly fireimmediately firecarefully firecarelessly firequickly fire
A noun used to describe another noun is called an attributive noun (or noun adjunct). Examples of attributive nouns used to describe 'fire' are:car firebasement firedryer firedumpster fireforest firerifle firecanon fireship firestove firetrash fire
Nouns don't describe, adjectives describe. The adjectives that come to mind about fire are 'hot' or 'burning'.
Nouns used to describe nouns are called attributive nouns. Some nouns to describe the noun dog are:sheep doghouse dog
Adverbs describe nouns!!!:)
yes they do. They describe nouns and pronouns.
Nouns don't describe things. Adjectives describe things.
Adjectives describe words, not nouns.
Nouns do not describe other nouns. Adjectives describe nouns.Some adjectives the describe a person and begin with R:rebelliousresourcefulresourcefulrespectful
Nouns are he,she,them,they,I,you,her,him,us and we.
Verbs don't describe nouns. Adjectives describe nouns.
You can't use nouns to describe things. You can use "nice" to describe nouns though as it is an adjective.E.G. That car looks nice
Nouns do not describe, nouns are persons, places, things, or ideas. Adjectives are words that describe nouns. Some adjectives to describe desert:hotdrylonelybeautifuldangerousinterestingbrightvastshimmeringgritty
Nouns don't describe nouns, adjectives describe nouns (night is a noun). Some adjectives to describe the noun night:brightdarkexcitinglongrelaxingscarySynonyms for night are nouns; for example:darknesseveningmidnighttime period
Nouns can't describe things, adjectives and adverbs can.
Nouns don't describe things. Those are adjectives.
Sorry, Nouns do not describe. A noun is a person place or thing (or idea).
Nouns do not describe, adjectives are the words that describe nouns. The word 'enemies' is a noun Three nouns that are synonyms for enemies, then here you go. 1. Foes 2. Fiends 3. Opponents
Adverbs do not describe nouns - adverbs can only describe the way that something is done - verbs.
Nouns don't describe other nouns, that's an adjectives job. For a list of adjectives to describe a girl, please see related question below.
There are no nouns that describe water. Words that describe nouns (persons, places, or things) are called adjectives. Some adjectives that can describe water are: cold, hot, cloudy, clear, muddy, and tasty.
Nouns do not describe; nouns are persons, places, things, or ideas. Adjectives are words that describe a noun.Adjectives that might describe the noun are:interestingexpensivecreativeatrociousmodernclassical