English Grammar: Resultative Adjective
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A resultative adjective
is an adjective
that is placed postpositively (after the noun
it modifies) and reflects a change that occurs by action of the verb
on the noun. Hence result +ative.
He cooked the meat rare.
She painted the fence white.
She rinsed the glass clean.
Comparative; Superlative; Predicative Adjective; Attributive Adjective
Adjectives and Adverbs
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