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Full of, marked by

-ion, ition, ation, tion;
example; occasion, addition,

An act, result or process, state

civility;captivity; generosity

a suffix used to form abstract nouns expressing state or condition.


like, of the nature of; in a certain manner, characteristic of


means, result, action, process

-ness, tude, ty

quality, state


doer, office, action


marked by, given to


art or skill of


apt to, showing


act, state, quality


in the direction of


characterized by,
inclined to, tend to

-s, es

makes a noun plural

-al/-ical as in official

related to

-ant as in pleasant

related to

-ful as in harmful

full of


like, similar to

-ive as in active

tending toward action






to the extreme

-ous; as in dangerous

full of


to throw


to cover


characterized by; like; to some degree; inclined to. (adj)

-er; est

one who, that which, or more


order, condition, quality


full of, characterized by

-ible visible

to be able or capable of


cut down, kill


the study of


a specialist in the study of

-ship; as in sportsmanship

state or quality of being


full of or having the qualities of; in chemistry, a suffix denoting that the element indicated by the name bearing it


Latin: suffix; quality of, act of, process, function, condition, or place; forms nouns that denote an action; a product of an action; a place, an abode


Latin: adjective suffix signifying action or being; performing a particular acion


a place for; a collection of or relating to a condition


Latin: a suffix; to act in a certain way; to treat in a certain way; to make into; to treat with; to do; to make; to cause

-ious; spacious, gracious

Latin: suffix; forming adjectives; inclined to, given to, tendency to be, abounding in

able/ible adjective
Example: edible, presentable

suffix expressing ability; CAPABLE OF BEING


having characteristics of

-ed; verb
shouted; planted

past-tense verbs

-en; adjective

made of

-er;-or; noun
teacher; doctor

one who does _______;
teach(er), fight(er), offic(er), act(or), bak(er)

-er; adjective

a suffix regularly used in forming the comparative degree of adjectives: harder; smaller .

-est; adjective
warmest; fastest; soonest.

a suffix forming the superlative degree of adjectives and adverbs: warmest; fastest; soonest.


Noun suffix that refers to a person.
One who, that which


Suffix (noun)

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