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What nouns describes a flamingo?
The collective nouns for flamingos are: . a stand of flamingos . a flamboyance of flamingos . a colony of flamingos . a flock of flamingos . a flurry of flaming…os
A noun is a word for a person, a place, or a thing.
An adjective is the word that describes a noun. Examples: . a hot coffee . a red jacket . a soft pillow . a late class . a cute baby
A noun that modifies another noun and functions as an adjective iscalled an attributive noun or a noun adjunct. Some examples are: . family, 'Meet my family.' and 'This is …the family dog.' . school, 'Their school is closed today.' and 'My father is aschool teacher.' . fish, 'Dad and I caught some fish.' and 'We're having fishsticks for lunch.' . work, 'The work is hard but it pays well.' and 'You arerequired to wear work gloves.' . movie, 'Did you like the movie?' and 'Who is your favoritemovie star?'
A flamingo is a common noun, you don't have to capitalize this word.
parts of their bodies like with its long leg try to stomp on their prey
A noun is a person place or thing. A proper noun is a specific person place or thing. Example: cat (noun) fluffy (proper noun)
Nouns are not describing words. Nouns are the words for people, places, and things. Adjectives are the words that describe; adjectives describe nouns. Examples: . happy … child . beautiful park . sour apple . tall man . foreign country . high tower . bad idea . long sermon . grumpy neighbor . gorgeous day
A noun is a word for a person, place, thing, or idea.
An adjective describes a noun
A flock of flamingos is a correct use of the collective noun. Other collective nouns for flamingos are a flamboyance, a colony, or a stand of flamingos.
The word describing is the present participle of the verb to describe. The noun form for the verb is describer, one who describes, describability, and the gerund (verbal noun)… describing. Another noun form is description.
Pink, avian, long-legged, adapted, and inverted (their legs).