- What is the noun form of shameful?
- Is frightened a verb or noun?
- Is already a adjective or adverb?
- Is hearer a word?
- What part of speech is frighten?
- What is the verb form of fear?
- Is afraid an adjective or verb?
- What is the verb form of hear?
- Is fear a common noun?
- What’s a big word for scared?
- Is Frightened an adjective or noun?
- What kind of noun is fear?
- What are five common nouns?
- What is the noun for Afraid?
- What is the verb form of dangerous?
- Is afraid a adverb?
- Is sound a verb or noun?
What is the noun form of shameful?
shamefully, adverbshamefulness, noun..
Is frightened a verb or noun?
Frighten is the verb form of the noun fright.
Is already a adjective or adverb?
Already is an adverb.
Is hearer a word?
hearer n. One who hears; a devout listener.
What part of speech is frighten?
frightenpart of speech:transitive verbinflections:frightens, frightening, frightened5 more rows
What is the verb form of fear?
verb. feared; fearing; fears. Definition of fear (Entry 2 of 2) transitive verb. 1 : to be afraid of : expect with alarm fear the worst.
Is afraid an adjective or verb?
adjective. feeling fear; filled with apprehension: afraid to go.
What is the verb form of hear?
verb (used with object), heard [hurd], hear·ing. … to learn by the ear or by being told; be informed of: to hear news.
Is fear a common noun?
noun. a distressing emotion aroused by impending danger, evil, pain, etc., whether the threat is real or imagined; the feeling or condition of being afraid. … something that causes feelings of dread or apprehension; something a person is afraid of: Cancer is a common fear.
What’s a big word for scared?
The words apprehensive and fearful are common synonyms of afraid.
Is Frightened an adjective or noun?
adjective. thrown into a fright; afraid; scared; terrified: a frightened child cowering in the corner. afraid; fearful (usually followed by of): He has always been frightened of heights.
What kind of noun is fear?
fear. noun. noun. /fɪr/ [uncountable, countable]
What are five common nouns?
Examples of a Common NounPeople: mother, father, baby, child, toddler, teenager, grandmother, student, teacher, minister, businessperson, salesclerk, woman, man.Animals: lion, tiger, bear, dog, cat, alligator, cricket, bird, wolf.Things: table, truck, book, pencil, iPad, computer, coat, boots,More items…
What is the noun for Afraid?
“Afraid” doesn’t really have a noun and verb form. You can use the word “fear”:I fear snakes. As a noun: I have a fear of snakes. Other possible verbs are “scare” and “frighten”.
What is the verb form of dangerous?
Dangerous is the verb form of danger. klondikegj and 10 more users found this answer helpful.
Is afraid a adverb?
In a fearful manner; characterized by fear.
Is sound a verb or noun?
sound (adverb) sound (noun) sound (verb) … sound wave (noun)