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Adverbially Adjective Noun Phrases

Adverbially Adjective Noun Phrases Index

English is one of the most rhythmical languages of the world. The Dictionary of Alliterative and Rhythmic Phrases contains thousands of rhythmical phrases intermingled with alliterations. Besides such alliteratively rhythmical phrases, there exist in English a large number of adverbially adjective noun phrases (a phrase coined to befit the pattern). Many of such triple - word phrases are presented here for your reference. Such phrases are highly useful for the semantic study of phrase - structures in English.

  1. Absolutely free conscience

  2. Absorbingly interesting occupation

  3. Abundantly illustrated book

  4. Acoustically indistinct consonants

  5. Admittedly difficult task

  6. Apparently disconnected facts

  7. Architecturally successful edifice

  8. Astonishingly young mind

  9. Awfully up-hill work

Adverbially Adjective Noun Phrases Index

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