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What is the comparative form of peaceful?
Two-Syllable Adjective Comparative Form Superlative Form peaceful more peaceful most peaceful This morning is more peaceful than yesterday morning.
What is the superlative degree of peace?
peaceful (comparative more peaceful or peacefuller or peacefuler, superlative most peaceful or peacefullest or peacefulest)
What is comparative and superlative of Pleasant?
adjective. /ˈpleznt/ /ˈpleznt/ (comparative pleasanter, superlative pleasantest)
What is the comparative and superlative of simple?
Adjectives with two syllables can form the comparative either by adding -er or by preceeding the adjective with more….Two syllables.
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What is the comparative and superlative of gentle?
The superlative form of gentle; most gentle. The family bought the pet that they thought was the gentlest. Like ‘good’, the comparative is ‘better’ and the superlative is ‘best’.
What is adjective of pleasant?
adjective. pleasing, agreeable, or enjoyable; giving pleasure: pleasant news. (of persons, manners, disposition, etc.) socially acceptable or adept; polite; amiable; agreeable.
What is gentle comparative?
gentle – gentler – gentlest.
Which is the most peaceful form of the word peaceful?
Adjectives and Articles | Hyperbole and Superlative. The comparative form of peaceful is more peaceful and the superlative form is most peaceful.
When is a place or person is peaceful?
A place or person is peaceful when there is silence or quiet. There is no noise and nothing happening suddenly. This short entry needs someone to make it better. You can help Wiktionary by adding to it.
Where does the word peaceful come from in Islam?
Derived from the derogatory term religion of peace, which is used against Islam itself for its association with violent attacks by more-extreme members and support and lack of action against them by certain Muslim communities. They only have to use a bit of code to name those people; nowadays they call them “ peacefuls ”.