An adjective phrase is a group of words that expresses the noun or a pronoun in a sentence. An adjective appears at present, in the middle, or at the last of an adjective phrase in a sentence. It can be placed either before or after the noun or pronoun in a sentence.
Examples of Adjective Phrase in Sentences
- If you find someone smarter than me, then what will you do with him?
- I saw something in that corner.
- My life was full of happiness before marriage.
- An English proverb says that slow and steady wins the race.
- The examination hall is so silent and quiet during the exams.
- A man in black is always ready for the mission.
- This man is a perfect example of a man of words.
- Seema is feeling so harassed last night.
- The salesman is telling the price of a car that is too costly.
- Why are you going in such stormy weather?
- All the ladies’ products and cosmetics are so expensive in this shop.
- My younger brother is a short-tempered person.
- The dinner was extremely delicious at her home.
- Jonathan is not so sure about his job.
- Sara gave birth to a very cute baby princess.
- The speed of light is faster than the speed of the fired bullet.
- After completing of work, he felt so exhausted.
- My elder brother is a chief neuro-surgeon in this hospital.
- His body looks so bulky and well-shaped.
- The interviewer is being nice to me during the interview.
- Examples of Quantitative Adjectives
- Examples of Demonstrative Adjectives
- Examples of Possessive Adjectives
- Examples of Descriptive Adjectives
- Irregular Comparative and Superlative Examples