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ADJAmerican DJ (brand name)
ADJAdjoint (of a matrix or an operator; math)
ADJAdministration of Justice (criminal justice course; various universities)
ADJAustralian Dental Journal
ADJAmman, Jordan - Civil (Airport Code)
ADJAction pour le Développement des Jeunes (French: Action for the Development of Youth; Togo)
ADJAustralian Designer Jewellery (Sydney, Australia)
References in classic literature ?
Personal pronouns and adjectives are a fruitful nuisance in this language, and should have been left out.
George, laying a great and not altogether complimentary stress on his last adjective.
he exclaimed, pronouncing the adjective in a peculiar manner.
The gentle oath, the violent adjective, which are typical of our language and which he had cultivated before as a sign of manliness, he now elaborately eschewed.
pronounced Maudlin, whence maudlin, adjective, unpleasantly
An adjective descriptive of ruined and dilapidated houses in which great numbers of the working people found shelter in those days.
But he could not find an adjective that would make the line the right length, try how he might.
A POOR widow, ma'am,' said Ralph, with a powerful emphasis on that little adjective which conveys so much.
rhythm' is 'rhythmical'; there is no adjective from 'rime' except 'rimed.
I was a disgrace, qualified by an adjective which seemed to me another.
Undistinguished' was the adjective that would have described him.
I do,' replied the serjeant with an oath, 'and a finer young fellow or one better qualified to serve his king and country, I never set my--' he used an adjective in this place--'eyes on.