200 examples of qualifying adjectives

Qualifying adjectives are a specific type of adjective, whose function is to indicate the qualities of a noun, be it person, animal or thing. For example, "My daughter Maria is naughty."Here is a list of 200 examples of qualifying adjectives, followed by some examples in sentences.

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Sentences with qualifying adjectives

In order to appreciate how qualifying adjectives are used, let's look at some of the examples in sentences.

  1. José has long hair.
  2. The day dawned cloudy.
  3. The morning is radiant.
  4. What a silky fabric!
  5. I like happy songs.
  6. We better buy the cheap phone.
  7. This luggage is fragile.
  8. How fat is Manuel!
  9. That is a smart move.
  10. I prefer to study in the evening hours.
  11. I'll buy myself a used car.
  12. Juana was looking disheveled.
  13. Pedro is very clumsy at crafts.
  14. Bring the blue tablecloth, please.
  15. I love green apples.
  16. This is one sneaky cat!
  17. My grandmother has a big house.
  18. Contemporary painting is incomprehensible.
  19. We will do a solidarity event.
  20. The sea is quiet.

Literature also offers us a great opportunity to appreciate the use of qualifying adjectives in sentences. Let's know some examples.

  1. He was of strong complexion, dry of meat, lean of face, great early riser and friend of the hunt. Don Quijote of La Mancha, Miguel de Cervantes.
  2. Macondo was then a village of twenty houses of mud and cañabrava built on the bank of a river with clear waters that rushed down a bed of polished, white and enormous stones ... One hundred years of loneliness, Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
  3. He was not the most honest man or the most pious, but he was a brave man. Captain Alatriste, Arturo Pérez Reverte.
  4. Beatriz was tall, fragile, very slightly inclined: there was in her walk (if the oxymoron is tolerable) a kind of funny clumsiness, a beginning of ecstasy. The Aleph, Jorge Luis Borges.
  5. That the world is horrible is a truth that needs no proof. The tunnel, Ernesto Sábato.

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