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    Positive adjectives from Y & Z

    U:
    Understanding, unique, unbeatable, Unstoppable, ultimate
    V:
    Valuable, Valiant, Visionary, Vital, Vibrant, Vigorous, Victorious, Versatile
    W:
    Witty, Wise, wondrous, warm, Winsome, Warm-hearted, Worthy
    X:
    Xenial, xceptional, xtra-ordinary, x-emplary, x-cellent

    Y:

    Youthful, yielding, yuppie

    Z:
    Zealous, Zestful, Zany



    I have taken out adjectives fort all alphabets, but I am struggling to get Y & Z, instead for X somehow I managed.


    Kindly let me know some easy to use words I need it urgent, It can be similar on the line like I have made for 'X'

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    Re: Positive adjectives from Y & Z

    "Yuppie" is generally used as a noun, not an adjective.

    For Z: zippy (to describe a fast car)

    Have you been asked to do this for an exercise? If so, it's completely unfair of them to have included the letter "X". There are very few words which start with "X" anyway and I don't think any of them are adjectives. I understand most of the ones that you have used rather ingeniously, but I have no idea what "Xenial" is meant to be.

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    Re: Positive adjectives from Y & Z

    Quote Originally Posted by emsr2d2 View Post
    "Yuppie" is generally used as a noun, not an adjective.

    For Z: zippy (to describe a fast car)

    Have you been asked to do this for an exercise? If so, it's completely unfair of them to have included the letter "X". There are very few words which start with "X" anyway and I don't think any of them are adjectives. I understand most of the ones that you have used rather ingeniously, but I have no idea what "Xenial" is meant to be.
    thats true but anyhow i need two to three adjective for 'y' & 'z'

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    Re: Positive adjectives from Y & Z

    Quote Originally Posted by new2grammar View Post
    That's true but anyhow I need two to three adjectives for 'y' & 'z'.
    Please use correct capitalisation and punctuation in your posts.

    You already had three adjectives for Y and Z in your original post.

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