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What is the comparative form of hungry?

hungry. hungrier [comparative] hungriest [superlative] Origin: Middle English hungri, from Old English hungrig, from hungor, hunger.

People also ask, what are the comparative and superlative forms of good?

Irregular Adjectives
WordComparativeSuperlative
goodbetterbest
badworseworst
muchmoremost
littlelessleast

What is the comparative and superlative?

A superlative adjective is used when you compare three or more things. For example, looking at apples you can compare their size, determining which is big, which is bigger, and which is biggest. The comparative ending (suffix) for short, common adjectives is generally "-er"; the superlative suffix is generally "-est."
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