100 Examples of Adjectives in Sentences

100 Examples of Adjectives in Sentences

100 Examples of Adjectives in Sentences

  1. Yesterday was a horrible accident.
  2. A nervous cough from the speaker
  3. He defeated the winner in three sets.
  4. Could you be more careful?
  5. Every day, I meet famous people.
  6. Hands, not mouth, be busy.
  7. His showmanship at the party embarrassed her.
  8. Dead leaves covered the ground.
  9. Laura adores Japanese cuisine.
  10. Why Latin? It’s dead.
  11. The hungry boy sucked up the soup.
  12. The government has appealed.
  13. Be careful in your desires.
  14. Nothing brave or have.
  15. He sent me precious gifts.
  16. Be elegant and charming.
  17. We fought and defeated our enemies.
  18. Lady Yolanda wore elegant furs.
  19. The furniture is plain and fancy.
  20. Are you busy?
  21. They were hungry.
  22. The hearth had a bright fire.
  23. Hungry dogs will eat filth.
  24. She was a famous actress before.
  25. I’m embarrassed.
  26. Yoga gives me inner peace.
  27. Only a dead Indian is good.
  28. Be bright.
  29. I was too nervous to eat.
  30. The kids always seem hungry.
  31. He couldn’t come because he was busy.
  32. Being famous has its drawbacks.
  33. The government defeated by 200 to 83.
  34. Soon I will be elegant.
  35. He just needs to calm down.
  36. A hungry man needs nothing.
  37. His poor table manners embarrassed her.
  38. He was brave in peril.
  39. In a hurry, busy hands and feet?
  40. Sandy is a busy ado.
  41. This is a horrible image.
  42. Less than a year precious, his sons
  43. Paul was agitated and embarrassed.
  44. He misses his dead wife and son.
  45. Young, bright, and ambitious in career.
  46. Sorry, I’m busy right now.
  47. Don’t overstay your visa.
  48. Her personality was bright.
  49. Only the brave deserve justice.
  50. He’s too busy, let me go.
  51. Like a millpond, the sea was calm
  52. No one is happy until they are dead.
  53. She didn’t want to walk home in the dark.
  54. Do you fancy a day trip to Bath next Saturday?
  55. His apparent anxiety was real.
  56. He made a fancy party mask.
  57. He was careful in his criticism.
  58. I hacked the dead wood.
  59. His future is bright.
  60. She was always busy.
  61. He embarrassed me with a tough question.
  62. Her face hid her panic.
  63. We must admit defeat.
  64. Guests were encouraged to dress up.
  65. This town’s buildings are famous.
  66. I fancy rain.
  67. Her hands tremble from nerves.
  68. No, I’ve been busy.
  69. Her style is always elegant.
  70. Her outfit was simple yet elegant.
  71. The brain is the nervous system’s hub.
  72. I’m horrible she lied to us.
  73. The brave win.
  74. He dampened their spirits.
  75. He was nervous to invite us.
  76. Fancy the moon?
  77. Their praise embarrassed me.
  78. Cars may make the horse nervous.
  79. The battlefield was horrible.
  80. A bright and tidy room
  81. The museum is brimming with precious gems.
  82. A single chick keeps a hen busy.
  83. He can’t take defeat.
  84. The hotel’s entertainment is famous.
  85. I can’t focus when hungry.
  86. He is defeated by his own weapons.
  87. On is busy formulating a general policy.
  88. Next time, be more careful.
  89. Fancy black jumper, no frills.
  90. Wisdom is more precious than money.
  91. She was close to a nervous breakdown.
  92. The hotel food was horrible.
  93. A hungry man is unstoppable.
  94. She blushed a bright pink.
  95. Fancy him in uniform.
  96. The hungry rat devoured the poison.
  97. Dead lions can be dragged by hares.
  98. Despite a bright start, Liverpool lost.
  99. Be careful not to stain the carpet.
  100. I squinted against the bright light.

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