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Suffixes

Suffixes from the English language

TermDefinition
able able to be EXAMPLE: agreeable
age act of, state of EXAMPLE: courage
al like, related to EXAMPLE: personal
ance act of, state of, quality of EXAMPLE: disturbance
ant one who; inclined to EXAMPLE: informant
ary related to; place for EXAMPLE: missionary
ate state of, quality of; to make EXAMPLE: operate
cial like, related to EXAMPLE: special
cious full of EXAMPLE: precious
ed in the past; having EXAMPLE: landed
ence act of, state of, quality of EXAMPLE: occurence
ent one who; inclined to EXAMPLE: consistent
er person connected with EXAMPLE: farmer
est the most EXAMPLE: greatest
ful full of EXAMPLE: careful
ible able to be EXAMPLE: reversible
ic like, related to EXAMPLE: classic
ing doing something; related to EXAMPLE: running
ion act of, result of, state of EXAMPLE: opinion
ish like, related to EXAMPLE: vanish
ism state of, action of EXAMPLE: realism
ist person who does EXAMPLE: artist
ity state of, quality of EXAMPLE: oddity
le verb, adjective, or noun form EXAMPLE: tackle
less without, not EXAMPLE: useless
ly in a manner that is EXAMPLE: safely
ment act of, result of, state of EXAMPLE: argument
ness state of, condition of EXAMPLE: kindness
or person connected with EXAMPLE: inventor
ous full of EXAMPLE: nervous
s more than one; verb or adverb form EXAMPLE: books
sion act of, result of, state of EXAMPLE: extension
sive act of, quality of EXAMPLE: expensive
tial like, related to EXAMPLE: partial
tion act of, result of, state of EXAMPLE: action
tive act of, quality of EXAMPLE: attentive
ture act of result of, state of EXAMPLE: picture
y like; full of EXAMPLE: thirsty
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