What words end with the suffix -ful?
A suffix is a string of letters at the end of a word to change its meaning. Some words that end with the suffix -ful are beautiful, disgraceful, delightful and untruthful.
Words that end with the suffix ful: Helpful Playful Wonderful Guileful
One is "awful".
-ful. You'd end up with "peaceful" which is an adjective. Peace without a suffix is a noun.
The suffix is ful, because thought is the root word and ful is the suffix. I hope this helps!
Wonderful, fanciful, awful, forgetful.
The suffix is "ful".
Probably the closest synonym to the meaning of the suffix -ful is "containing". Although the suffix itself is derived from the word "full", the suffix does not have nearly as strong a connotation of "leaving room for nothing else" as the word "full" does.
Yes, the suffix is 'ful'. EX:Grate'ful' Wonder'ful' It occurs in a majority of words.
The suffix in distasteful is ful.
colorful, cheerful, thoughtful, helpful, careful, harmful, mournful, beautiful, hopful, faithful, trustful
a prefix is the beginning of a word like re,pre,un a suffix is the end of a word like ful,er,ed,ing,and ly
The suffix of the word careful is "ful".
"-ful" should be the suffix here.
The suffix -ful means "full of". I.E. Beautiful - Full of beauty or Bountiful - Full of bounty
I think handful is a suffix (ful) is the suffix.
graceful beautiful truthful fanciful careful respectful grateful delightful
The Sufix Ful Mean's "Full Of ".
the suffix of the word disrespectful is ful.
thoughtful painful playful thankful helpful careful hopeful greatful wonderful graceful spiteful cheerful useful forgetful
Neglectful combines "neglect" with the suffix "-ful".
There is no prefix in gleeful. The suffix is -ful.
careful plentiful thoughtful bountiful brimful cupful spoonful useful lawful gleeful wilful sinful beautiful bashful harmful
The suffix of beautiful is ful. This suffix can be a noun and an adjective and means an amount or marked by.
ful = useful
No, "-ful" is a suffix which changes the noun 'event' into the adjective 'eventful'.
Fulfill. That's the only one I thought of.
cheerful careful graceful beautiful hopeful peaceful resentful harmful playful thankful useful joyful sorrowful wonderful truthful merciful awful pitiful *-ful is a suffix that makes a noun adjective. example cheer (noun) + -ful = cheerful (adjective) The student dropped out of school because it was very stressful to cope.
Yes, because an affix or suffix has not been added to it. With beauty you can add the suffix (ful) to the end and take away the y and replace it with i, making it beautiful. The root word is the word you start with before adding an affix or suffix.
you add the suffix 'ful' to a word because it is to describe how someone felt for example she was doubtful to her own friend.
The suffix of the word disrespectful is ful. This suffix can either be a noun or an adjective and means an amount or marked by.
The suffix for full of is -ful. The suffix -ous can mean having the qualities of or abounding in.
No. Success - root word. - ful - suffix. -ly - suffix.
There are words that begin with the letter a and end with ful. However, there are no words on the English language that begin with the letters al and end with ful.
Full of or characterized by
No, tonight is not a suffix. some suffixes include -tion -less -ness -ful.
Yes , you can say hopefully, suffixes ful and ly
can u give me the right suffix of able? ness,ment,ity,let or ful????
What words end with suffix ily
Sorry if this sounds a bit too mean, but Disrespectful is spelled with only one 'l', not two. 'Disrespect' and 'ful' should be together, not separate: disrespectful And here's the answer for your question: 'ful' is the suffix.
'ing' - caring 'less' - careless 'ful' - careful
That's easy full of hate
The base word is color. -ful is the suffix.
Grateful, hopeful, joyful, awful, lawful.
-handful -skillful -playful -careful -doubtful -plentiful -merciful -purposeful
A suffix derived from FULL (as a suffix it takes only 1 L), used to form adjectives from nouns. (full of shame = shameful).
-idle isn't a suffix. There are words that end with -idle, like bridle, but it isn't a suffix.
plentiful, wonderful. If you want to know. Take an adjective, noun and put ful after it. Ful means full of (the word)