Suffixes

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y
characterized by or inclined to; adjective
ery
qualities, place, or collection; noun
er
more, used to compare things; noun
est
most used to compare things; adjective
ly
manner of how; adverb
hood
condition, state or quality; noun
ful
fun of having; adjective
fully
full of having and in the manner of; adverb
less
without; adjective
able/ible
capable of, worthy of, able of; adjective
some
characterized by; adjective
ish
somewhat like; adjective
ness
condition, state or quality; noun
cide
act of killing; noun
ment
state, process or act of; noun
ic
relating to; adjective
al
relating to; adjective
ian/or
one who practices; noun
ology/ologist
study of; abstract noun
ship
art or skill of; noun
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