100 Examples of Qualitative Adjectives in Sentences

100 Examples of Qualitative Adjectives in Sentences100 Examples of Qualitative Adjectives in Sentences

  1. My mother noticed that my sweater was muddy.
  2. The contemplative, bookish life.
  3. The majority of the guests will be dressed in black tie.
  4. Dear, I will love you for the rest of my life.
  5. Fair lady, a faint heart never wins.
  6. Black will not accept any other color.
  7. The photographs were black-and-white.
  8. Her foot has been trampled by the black ox.
  9. Fat hens produce fewer eggs.
  10. I am his devoted servant.
  11. My daughter is one of my closest friends.
  12. Every flock contains a black sheep.
  13. Fruit is particularly expensive at this time of year.
  14. Maintain a tidy and clean environment in your room.
  15. Dogs who are enraged will eat filthy puddings.
  16. Clear skies follow the dark clouds.
  17. Mrs. Cavendish is one of my closest friends.
  18. The giver’s heart makes the gift dear and valuable.
  19. Don’t throw out your old water before getting some new.
  20. For his black thumbs, mock not a cobbler.
  21. During the winter, they hibernate like small furry animals.
  22. Remove everything from the boat and thoroughly clean it.
  23. There is no such thing as bad love or a fair prison.
  24. You can clean the mixer by dismantling it.
  25. Underneath the feathery black brows are dark eyes.
  26. The leaves of beauty may be lovely, but the fruit is bitter.
  27. Fruit is particularly expensive at this time of year.
  28. In love and war, everything is fair.
  29. The room was crammed with old, bulky furniture.
  30. Some people enjoy eating fat meat, while others despise it.
  31. A dog is a devoted friend.
  32. Thank you for saving my life, my dear roommate.
  33. Grandpa’s amusing story made us laugh out loud.
  34. In the sunlight, his black hair glistened.
  35. Every bean has a dark side.
  36. This fat can be rendered down.
  37. The students were amused by the amusing story.
  38. The sky was crystal clear and blue.
  39. Do you have any good jokes?
  40. Having to clean his house irritates him.
  41. Laugh and gain weight.
  42. A clean hand does not require washing.
  43. In the winter, furry animals grow long coats.
  44. Is it possible to locate Black Hill on a map?
  45. Fanshawe, on the other hand, was not a bookish kid.
  46. Could you clean up the living room for me?
  47. It’s amusing how everyone remembers him.
  48. Fair words will not change the outcome of the game.
  49. Fair on the outside, but foul on the inside.
  50. To clean up the profession, drastic measures are required.
  51. Using pig fat, lard the boned chicken.
  52. He is a dull individual.
  53. People should cut down on their fat intake.
  54. In love and war, everything is equal.
  55. A man becomes fat if he eats frequently and in small amounts.
  56. Fair lady, a faint heart never wins.
  57. He had remained completely devoted to his wife.
  58. Fair words do not fill the stomach.
  59. I could eat whatever I wanted and not gain weight.
  60. A nice face can conceal a bad heart.
  61. Soapy water is being used to wash the dirty clothes.
  62. Hollis was a loyal and good friend.
  63. To the touch, the moss was soft and furry.
  64. Thank you for saving my life, my dear roommate.
  65. I’m hoping these black marks will fade away.
  66. Our cat’s fur is a glossy black color.
  67. That was a bit tedious, wasn’t it?
  68. It was tedious to the point of boredom.
  69. Before you point at my spots, make sure your finger is clean.
  70. He had a lot of bookish ideas.
  71. She was a close friend of mine.
  72. Do not do your dirty laundry in front of others.
  73. The devil isn’t as black as he appears.
  74. It was a big thing, maybe three feet long and almost as tall.
  75. Items that are bulky will be collected separately.
  76. The smoke from the chimneys had turned the air black.
  77. I’m hoping these black marks will fade away.
  78. Bill was the bookish, studious type.
  79. Dogs will eat filthy puddings if they are hungry.
  80. The tide had washed the beach completely clean.
  81. Mrs. Cavendish is one of my closest friends.
  82. To clean the skin, use a damp flannel.
  83. Your dirty linen should be washed at home.
  84. Fair words do not fill the stomach.
  85. Fair exchange is not the same as robbery.
  86. Do not do your dirty laundry in public.
  87. Fair and gentle go a long way in a day.
  88. The filthy matter had clogged the steel tubes.