50 Examples of Attributive adjectives in Sentences

50 Examples of Attributive adjectives in Sentences

50 Example of Attributive adjectives in Sentences

  1. Gerakan had never seen such an awesome sight.
  2. The great fish eat up the small ones.
  3. She was accompanied by her elder sister.
  4. Your skin starts to sag as you get older.
  5. You look totally awesome in that dress.
  6. The Niagara Falls are a truly awesome sight.
  7. He seemed so young—a mere boy.
  8. Friendship: the older you get, the stronger it becomes.
  9. Mountains look beautiful from a distance.
  10. The old man is a grumpy old man.
  11. She worked hard in emulation of her elder sister.
  12. Our main aim is to increase sales in Europe.
  13. It took her a mere 20 minutes to win.
  14. effort. Mere words will not fill a bushel.
  15. No fool likes an old fool.
  16. My eldest daughter is 17.
  17. No great loss occurs without some small gain.
  18. There’s no fool like an old fool.
  19. Her elder daughter is in college.
  20.  She was a very beautiful woman.
  21. Old acquaintances will soon be remembered.
  22. Friendship is like wine the older the better.
  23. The beginnings of all things are small.
  24. The accused’s elder sister bailed her out of jail.
  25. What a pretty little house it is!
  26. This town is famous for its beautiful buildings.
  27. He glimpsed her as the beautiful girl went by.
  28. I’m pretty sure he’ll agree.
  29. Nothing is really beautiful but the truth.
  30. Mary’s elder sister, Janet, is also
  31. He was the prototype of the elder statesman.
  32. Are you acquainted with my elder sister?
  33. It’s a totally awesome experience.
  34. The dawns here in the mountains are very beautiful.
  35. All her property went to her eldest son.
  36. Live for today, for tomorrow never comes.
  37. That new white convertible is totally awesome.
  38. There is life in the old dog yet.
  39. The first half of the game was pretty dull.
  40. A man is never too old to learn.
  41. Lunch is his main meal of the day.
  42. Better a small fish than an empty dish.
  43. What’s the matter? You look pretty fed up.
  44. He was the eldest of six children.
  45. He was openly contemptuous of his elder brother.
  46. This is the main purpose of my coming here.
  47. She’s a very charming and very pretty girl.
  48. Those who live in worry-invite death in a hurry.
  49. Eat to live rather than live to eat.
  50. Contemporary cars are more streamlined than older ones.