Adjectives and adverbs have a close relationship. Both are modifiers: 1) adjectives modify nouns, and 2) adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. This close relationship is why we can simply add an –ly to so many adjectives in order to create adverbs. And it’s for this reason that we cover comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs at the same time.

Two Methods of Creating the Comparative and Superlative Forms: 1) Add Suffix Method, and 2) Add Adverb Method

The BASE FORM of an adjective and adverb is also called  the POSITIVE FORM. From this base form, we create the comparative and superlative forms. We have two ways of creating these forms:

1.  Add Suffix Method: Add the suffix –er  or –est to the end of the adjective or adverb.

2.  Add Adverb Method: Place one of these adverbs immediately in front of the adjective or adverb: more, less, most, least.

Comparative Examples: Add –er, more, or less.

1.  Add Suffix er: e.g., braver, longer, scarier.

2.  Add Adverb more, less: e.g., more outrageous, more ambitious, less powerful.

Superlative Examples: Add –est, most, or least.

1.  Add Suffix –est:  e.g., fastest, tallest, softest.

2.  Add Adverb most, least: e.g., most affordable, least desirable.

Although many adjectives use the Suffix Method, many more use the Adverb Method. In contrast, VERY FEW adverbs use the Suffix Method; NEARLY ALL adverbs use the Adverb Method.

Note: Adverbs are the only words that can modify adjectives and other adverbs; hence, more, less, most, and least are all adverbs.

Gradable

Worth mentioning here, many adverbs and adjectives are Gradable. Gradable is quite similar to the Adverb Method of creating comparatives and superlatives. The difference is that gradable deals with matters of degree; however, gradable is similar in that it involves placing an appropriate adverb in front of an adjective or adverb.

Here is a short list of adverbs that we use to grade: very, so, too, extremely, highly, really, mildly, moderately, outrageously, truly etc.

Graded Adjective Examples:   extremely kind, highly effective, very generous.

Graded Adverb Examples:       very calmly, extremely fast, too slowly.

The –er  and –est Adverbs

Only a few adverbs use the Suffix Method. In fact, we can list the majority of them right here. (* irregular)

1) badly, worse, worst *8) fast, faster, fastest15) much, more, most *
2) bright (ly), brighter, brightest9) hard, harder, hardest16) near, nearer, neatest
3) close (ly), closer, closest10) high, higher, highest17) quick (ly), quicker, quickest
4) deep, deeper, deepest11) late, later, latest18) slow (ly), slower, slowest
5) early, earlier, earliest12) little, less, least *19) some, more, most *
6) far, farther, farthest *13) loudly, louder, loudest20) soon, sooner, soonest
7) far, further, furthest *14) low, lower, lowest21) tight (ly), tighter, tightest
22) well, better, best *

A few notes on –er and –est adverbs: :

•  ALL of the –er and –est adverbs are also –er and –est adjectives. They are spelled exactly the same. The same is true with many of the base words.

•  Some of these adverbs can be used with or without the –ly at the end; hence the (ly) parentheses found at the end of a few words in the list.

•  With many of these adverbs, the –er suffix seems to be used more than the –est suffix.

•  Some of these may work better or be more formal with the Adverb Method e.g., more quickly.

REMEMBER THIS: We use more, less, most, and least at least 99% of the time with comparative and superlative adverbs. This Suffix Method is rare with adverbs.

The –er  and –est Adjectives

Please see the complete list of nearly 500 –er  and –est adjectives found below.

Counting Syllables: How to Correctly Use the Suffix Method and the Adverb Method

As mentioned, we often change adjectives into adverbs by adding the suffix –ly. (Naturally, we must also apply any required spelling-change rules.)

happy ⇒ happilywise ⇒ wiselynormal ⇒ normally
fluent ⇒ fluentlynice ⇒ nicelyfond ⇒ fondly

As you can see, by adding –ly we add a new syllable to each of the adjectives. In effect, one-syllable adjectives become two-syllable adverbs, and two-syllable adjectives become three-syllable adverbs.

This is important to note because the number of syllables largely determines whether we use the Suffix Method or the Adverb Method. Here is a chart that outlines the general rules. I say general rules because I see plenty of authoritative writers breaking these so-called rules for literary effect

 

One-Syllable Adjectives: Use SuffixTwo-Syllable Adverbs: Use Adverbs ***
wiser thanthe wisestmore wisely thanthe most wisely
Two-Syllable Adjectives that End in -y: Use Suffix **Three-Syllable Adverbs: Use Adverbs
angrier thanthe angriestmore angrily thanthe most angrily
Two or More Syllable Adjectives: Use AdverbsThree or More Syllable Adverbs: Use Adverbs
the more frequentthe most frequentmore frequently thanthe most frequently
** According to various dictionaries or authoritative usage, the following words may break this rule (by accepting –ed and –est) or be Author’s Choice: able, bitter, clever, eerie, evil, feeble, foolhardy, gentle, handsome, humble, little, mellow, narrow, nimble, noble, pleasant, polite, quiet, remote, rotten, secure, serene, severe, shallow, sincere, subtle, sulky, unhappy, unlikely, unlucky, unruly.
*** Please see the short list of adverbs that use the suffix method (–er and –est).
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List of Nearly 500 –er  and –est Adjectives

From a master list of about 4,600 words that function as adjectives, I found that only about 600 accept the –er  and –est suffix. I’ve included only about 500 of these 600 words in the list below, illustrating the fact that just because you can add an –er  and –est to the end of an adjective doesn’t mean that it will be a word that a person would ever use. Even out of the 500 that remain, some are of little use.

REMEMBER THIS: A much larger percentage of those 4,600 adjectives can have the adverbs more, less, most, and least placed in front of them in order to create comparatives and superlatives.

 

The KEY to the Marks in the List

*   Irregular Forms

+  The –er and –est versions can also used as adverbs; however, the base-word may differ in spelling from the adverb base-word. (e.g., good vs. well)

=  Possible Rulebreaker: Most of these are two-syllable adjectives that don’t end in –y, but that accept –er and –est. Others are three-syllable adjectives that accept –er and –est. (Verified through various dictionaries and authoritative usage.)

A Note on The Danger of Word Lists: We should be teaching students that you must analyze a word in a sentence to determine what part of speech it is. It’s true—all of the following words CAN be used as adjectives; however, some can also be used as adverbs (marked). Furthermore, I see a number words that can be used as verbs, pronouns, prepositions, and nouns.

 

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able =
angry
bad *+
bald
batty
beady
big
bitter =
black
bland
blank
bleak
blond
bloody
blue
blunt
blurry
bold
bossy
bouncy
brainy
brash
brassy
brave
brawny
breezy
brief
bright +
brisk
broad
brown
bubbly
bulky
bumpy
burly
bushy
busy
calm
chatty
cheap
cheeky
cheery
chilly
choice
choppy
chubby
chunky
clammy
classy
clean
clear
clever =
close +
cloudy
clumsy
coarse
cold
cool
corny
cozy
crabby
crafty
cranky
crazy
creaky
creamy
creepy
crisp
crispy
crude
cruel
crumbly
crunchy
crusty
cuddly
curly
cute
daffy
dainty
damp
dandy
dark
deadly
dear
deep +
dense
dingy
dirty
dizzy
dreamy
dreary
dressy
droopy
drowsy
dry
dull
dusty
early +
easy
edgy
eerie =
empty
evil
faint
fair
false
fancy
far *+
far *+
fast +
faulty
feeble =
few
fierce
fiery
filmy
filthy
fine
firm
flabby
flaky
flashy
flat
flimsy
floppy
flowery
fluffy
foamy
foggy
fond
foolhardy =
frail
frank
freaky
free
fresh
friendly
frilly
frisky
frosty
frothy
fruity
frumpy
full
funny
furry
fussy
fuzzy
gabby
gaudy
gaunt
gawky
gentle =
ghastly
giddy
glassy
gloomy
glossy
good *+
goofy
grainy
grand
grave
greasy
great
greedy
green
grimy
gritty
groggy
gross
grouchy
grubby
gruff
grumpy
guilty
gusty
gutsy
hairy
handsome =
handy
happy
hard +
hardy
harsh
hasty
haughty
hazy
healthy
hearty
heavy
hefty
high +
hoarse
homely
humble =
hungry
husky
icky
icy
itchy
itty-bitty
jazzy
jerky
jolly
juicy
kind
kindly
kingly
knobby
knotty
lacy
large
late +
lazy
lean
lengthy
light
likely
little =
little *+=
lively
lonely
long
loose
loud +
lousy
lovely
low +
lowly
lucky
lumpy
mad
many *+
mean
meek
mellow =
merry
messy
mighty
mild
misty
moist
moldy
moody
muddy
muggy
murky
mushy
narrow =
naughty
near +
neat
needy
new
nice
nifty
nimble =
noble =
noisy
nosy
numb
nutty
obscure
odd
oily
old
ornery
pale
paltry
perky
petty
pink
plain
pleasant =
plucky
plump
plush
polite =
poor
portly
pretty
prickly
prim
prissy
prompt
proud
puffy
puny
pure
pushy
quaint
queasy
queenly
quick +
quiet =
quirky
rainy
rare
rash
raspy
ratty
raw
red
remote =
rich
ripe
risky
ritzy
roomy
rosy
rotten =
rough
round
rude
rusty
sad
safe
saintly
salty
sandy
sane
sappy
sassy
saucy
scaly
scanty
scarce
scary
scraggly
scrappy
scratchy
scrawny
scruffy
scummy
secure =
seedy
seemly
serene =
severe =
shabby
shady
shaggy
shaky
shallow =
sharp
shifty
shiny
shoddy
short
showy
shrewd
shrill
shy
sick
sickly
silky
silly
simple
sincere =
sketchy
skimpy
skinny
sleek
sleepy
slick
slight
slim
slimy
slippery
sloppy
slow +
sly
small
smart
smelly
smoggy
smooth
snappy
sneaky
snooty
snotty
snug
soft
soggy
some *+
sore
sorry
sour
sparse
speedy
spicy
spiffy
spiky
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spry
square
squiggly
stale
stark
stately
staunch
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steep
stern
sticky
stiff
still
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stormy
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strong
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stuffy
sturdy
subtle =
sulky =
sunny
sure
surly
swanky
sweaty
sweet
swift
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tall
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tangy
tardy
tart
tasty
taut
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teeny
teeny-tiny
terse
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thick
thin
thirsty
thorny
thrifty
tidy
tight +
timely
tiny
toothy
tough
trashy
trendy
tricky
trim
true
trusty
twitchy
ugly
unhappy =
unlikely =
unlucky =
unruly =
vague
vain
vile
wacky
warm
wary
watery
weak
wealthy
weary
weedy
weird
wet
white
wicked
wide
wiggly
wild
windy
wise
wispy
witty
wobbly
woozy
wordy
worldly
worthy
young
yummy
zany
zesty
abler
angrier
worse
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battier
beadier
bigger
bitterer
blacker
blander
blanker
bleaker
blonder
bloodier
bluer
blunter
blurrier
bolder
bossier
bouncier
brainier
brasher
brassier
braver
brawnier
breezier
briefer
brighter
brisker
broader
browner
bubblier
bulkier
bumpier
burlier
bushier
busier
calmer
chattier
cheaper
cheekier
cheerier
chillier
choicer
choppier
chubbier
chunkier
clammier
classier
cleaner
clearer
cleverer
closer
cloudier
clumsier
coarser
colder
cooler
cornier
cozier
crabbier
craftier
crankier
crazier
creakier
creamier
creepier
crisper
crispier
cruder
crueler
crumblier
crunchier
crustier
cuddlier
curlier
cuter
daffier
daintier
damper
dandier
darker
deadlier
dearer
deeper
denser
dingier
dirtier
dizzier
dreamier
drearier
dressier
droopier
drowsier
drier
duller
dustier
earlier
easier
edgier
eerier
emptier
eviler
fainter
fairer
falser
fancier
farther
further
faster
faultier
feebler
fewer
fiercer
fierier
filmier
filthier
finer
firmer
flabbier
flakier
flashier
flatter
flimsier
floppier
flowerier
fluffier
foamier
foggier
fonder
foolhardier
frailer
franker
freakier
freer
fresher
friendlier
frillier
friskier
frostier
frothier
fruitier
frumpier
fuller
funnier
furrier
fussier
fuzzier
gabbier
gaudier
gaunter
gawkier
gentler
ghastlier
giddier
glassier
gloomier
glossier
better
goofier
grainier
grander
graver
greasier
greater
greedier
greener
grimier
grittier
groggier
grosser
grouchier
grubbier
gruffer
grumpier
guiltier
gustier
gutsier
hairier
handsomer
handier
happier
harder
hardier
harsher
hastier
haughtier
hazier
healthier
heartier
heavier
heftier
higher
hoarser
homelier
humbler
hungrier
huskier
ickier
icier
itchier
itty-bittier
jazzier
jerkier
jollier
juicier
kinder
kindlier
kinglier
knobbier
knottier
lacier
larger
later
lazier
leaner
lengthier
lighter
likelier
littler
less
livelier
lonelier
longer
looser
louder
lousier
lovelier
lower
lowlier
luckier
lumpier
madder
more
meaner
meeker
mellower
merrier
messier
mightier
milder
mistier
moister
moldier
moodier
muddier
muggier
murkier
mushier
narrower
naughtier
nearer
neater
needier
newer
nicer
niftier
nimbler
nobler
noisier
nosier
number
nuttier
obscurer
odder
oilier
older
ornerier
paler
paltrier
perkier
pettier
pinker
plainer
pleasanter
pluckier
plumper
plusher
politer
poorer
portlier
prettier
pricklier
primmer
prissier
prompter
prouder
puffier
punier
purer
pushier
quainter
queasier
queenlier
quicker
quieter
quirkier
rainier
rarer
rasher
raspier
rattier
rawer
redder
remoter
richer
riper
riskier
ritzier
roomier
rosier
rottener
rougher
rounder
ruder
rustier
sadder
safer
saintlier
saltier
sandier
saner
sappier
sassier
saucier
scalier
scantier
scarcer
scarier
scragglier
scrappier
scratchier
scrawnier
scruffier
scummier
securer
seedier
seemlier
serener
severer
shabbier
shadier
shaggier
shakier
shallower
sharper
shiftier
shinier
shoddier
shorter
showier
shrewder
shriller
shier
sicker
sicklier
silkier
sillier
simpler
sincerer
sketchier
skimpier
skinnier
sleeker
sleepier
slicker
slighter
slimmer
slimier
slipperier
sloppier
slower
slier
smaller
smarter
smellier
smoggier
smoother
snappier
sneakier
snootier
snottier
snugger
softer
soggier
more
sorer
sorrier
sourer
sparser
speedier
spicier
spiffier
spikier
spookier
sprier
squarer
squigglier
staler
starker
statelier
stauncher
steadier
steeper
sterner
stickier
stiffer
stiller
stingier
stodgier
stormier
stragglier
straighter
stranger
stricter
stronger
stubbier
stuffier
sturdier
subtler
sulkier
sunnier
surer
surlier
swankier
sweatier
sweeter
swifter
tackier
taller
tamer
tangier
tardier
tarter
tastier
tauter
teensier
teenier
teeny-tinier
terser
testier
thicker
thinner
thirstier
thornier
thriftier
tidier
tighter
timelier
tinier
toothier
tougher
trashier
trendier
trickier
trimmer
truer
trustier
twitchier
uglier
unhappier
unlikelier
unluckier
unrulier
vaguer
vainer
viler
wackier
warmer
warier
waterier
weaker
wealthier
wearier
weedier
weirder
wetter
whiter
wickeder
wider
wigglier
wilder
windier
wiser
wispier
wittier
wobblier
woozier
wordier
worldlier
worthier
younger
yummier
zanier
zestier
ablest
angriest
worst
baldest
battiest
beadiest
biggest
bitterest
blackest
blandest
blankest
bleakest
blondest
bloodiest
bluest
bluntest
blurriest
boldest
bossiest
bounciest
brainiest
brashest
brassiest
bravest
brawniest
breeziest
briefest
brightest
briskest
broadest
brownest
bubbliest
bulkiest
bumpiest
burliest
bushiest
busiest
calmest
chattiest
cheapest
cheekiest
cheeriest
chilliest
choicest
choppiest
chubbiest
chunkiest
clammiest
classiest
cleanest
clearest
cleverest
closest
cloudiest
clumsiest
coarsest
coldest
coolest
corniest
coziest
crabbiest
craftiest
crankiest
craziest
creakiest
creamiest
creepiest
crispest
crispiest
crudest
cruelest
crumbliest
crunchiest
crustiest
cuddliest
curliest
cutest
daffiest
daintiest
dampest
dandiest
darkest
deadliest
dearest
deepest
densest
dingiest
dirtiest
dizziest
dreamiest
dreariest
dressiest
droopiest
drowsiest
driest
dullest
dustiest
earliest
easiest
edgiest
eeriest
emptiest
evilest
faintest
fairest
falsest
fanciest
farthest
furthest
fastest
faultiest
feeblest
fewest
fiercest
fieriest
filmiest
filthiest
finest
firmest
flabbiest
flakiest
flashiest
flattest
flimsiest
floppiest
floweriest
fluffiest
foamiest
foggiest
fondest
foolhardiest
frailest
frankest
freakiest
freest
freshest
friendliest
frilliest
friskiest
frostiest
frothiest
fruitiest
frumpiest
fullest
funniest
furriest
fussiest
fuzziest
gabbiest
gaudiest
gauntest
gawkiest
gentlest
ghastliest
giddiest
glassiest
gloomiest
glossiest
best
goofiest
grainiest
grandest
gravest
greasiest
greatest
greediest
greenest
grimiest
grittiest
groggiest
grossest
grouchiest
grubbiest
gruffest
grumpiest
guiltiest
gustiest
gutsiest
hairiest
handsomest
handiest
happiest
hardest
hardiest
harshest
hastiest
haughtiest
haziest
healthiest
heartiest
heaviest
heftiest
highest
hoarsest
homeliest
humblest
hungriest
huskiest
ickiest
iciest
itchiest
itty-bittiest
jazziest
jerkiest
jolliest
juiciest
kindest
kindliest
kingliest
knobbiest
knottiest
laciest
largest
latest
laziest
leanest
lengthiest
lightest
likeliest
littlest
least
liveliest
loneliest
longest
loosest
loudest
lousiest
loveliest
lowest
lowliest
luckiest
lumpiest
maddest
most
meanest
meekest
mellowest
merriest
messiest
mightiest
mildest
mistiest
moistest
moldiest
moodiest
muddiest
muggiest
murkiest
mushiest
narrowest
naughtiest
nearest
neatest
neediest
newest
nicest
niftiest
nimblest
noblest
noisiest
nosiest
numbest
nuttiest
obscurest
oddest
oiliest
oldest
orneriest
palest
paltriest
perkiest
pettiest
pinkest
plainest
pleasantest
pluckiest
plumpest
plushest
politest
poorest
portliest
prettiest
prickliest
primmest
prissiest
promptest
proudest
puffiest
puniest
purest
pushiest
quaintest
queasiest
queenliest
quickest
quietest
quirkiest
rainiest
rarest
rashest
raspiest
rattiest
rawest
reddest
remotest
richest
ripest
riskiest
ritziest
roomiest
rosiest
rottenest
roughest
roundest
rudest
rustiest
saddest
safest
saintliest
saltiest
sandiest
sanest
sappiest
sassiest
sauciest
scaliest
scantiest
scarcest
scariest
scraggliest
scrappiest
scratchiest
scrawniest
scruffiest
scummiest
securest
seediest
seemliest
serenest
severest
shabbiest
shadiest
shaggiest
shakiest
shallowest
sharpest
shiftiest
shiniest
shoddiest
shortest
showiest
shrewdest
shrillest
shiest
sickest
sickliest
silkiest
silliest
simplest
sincerest
sketchiest
skimpiest
skinniest
sleekest
sleepiest
slickest
slightest
slimmest
slimiest
slipperiest
sloppiest
slowest
sliest
smallest
smartest
smelliest
smoggiest
smoothest
snappiest
sneakiest
snootiest
snottiest
snuggest
softest
soggiest
most
sorest
sorriest
sourest
sparsest
speediest
spiciest
spiffiest
spikiest
spookiest
spriest
squarest
squiggliest
stalest
starkest
stateliest
staunchest
steadiest
steepest
sternest
stickiest
stiffest
stillest
stingiest
stodgiest
stormiest
straggliest
straightest
strangest
strictest
strongest
stubbiest
stuffiest
sturdiest
subtlest
sulkiest
sunniest
surest
surliest
swankiest
sweatiest
sweetest
swiftest
tackiest
tallest
tamest
tangiest
tardiest
tartest
tastiest
tautest
teensiest
teeniest
teeny-tiniest
tersest
testiest
thickest
thinnest
thirstiest
thorniest
thriftiest
tidiest
tightest
timeliest
tiniest
toothiest
toughest
trashiest
trendiest
trickiest
trimmest
truest
trustiest
twitchiest
ugliest
unhappiest
unlikeliest
unluckiest
unruliest
vaguest
vainest
vilest
wackiest
warmest
wariest
wateriest
weakest
wealthiest
weariest
weediest
weirdest
wettest
whitest
wickedest
widest
wiggliest
wildest
windiest
wisest
wispiest
wittiest
wobbliest
wooziest
wordiest
worldliest
worthiest
youngest
yummiest
zaniest
zestiest
495 Comparative (-er) and Superlative (-est) Adjectives

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