Friday, October 24


"OUS"  is a suffix, meaning: 
having . . .  / being full of . . .
is characterized by. . . 

List of adjectives ending in "OUS"


1. advantageous

14. dangerous

27. infectious

40. repetitious

2. ambiguous

15. delirious

28. jealous

41. ridiculous

3. ambitious

16. enormous

29. laborious

42. scandalous

4. anonymous

17. envious

30. luxurious

43.scrumptious

5. anxious

18. fabulous

31. marvelous

44 serious

6.  boisterous

19. famous

32.  miraculous

45. simultaneous

7. capricious

20. ferocious

33. mischievous

46. spontaneous

8. carnivorous

21. generous

34. mountainous

47. suspicious

9. chivalrous

22. gracious

35  mysterious

48. tedious

10. conscientious

23. harmonious

36.  nervous

49. unconscious

11. conscious

24.  hazardous

37.  outrageous

50. vicarious

12. contagious

25. hilarious

38. poisonous

51. virtuous

13. curious

26. humorous

39.  precious

52.  zealous





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