Adjective Phrase (definition)

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An adjective phrase is a phrase in which the head (or leading member) is an adjective. An example is very big with the adjective big as the head of the phrase.

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Carnie, Andrew (2006) Syntax: A Generative Introduction 2nd edition. Wiley-Blackwell