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Is more shy correct?
[“More shy” is probably used more often, but “shyer” is correct. I would also say “the most shy” although “shyest” is often used as well.] The comparative for 'shy' is more shy (even though it is one syllabal) or shyer and the superlative is 'the shyest' or the most shy. via
What is the comparative form of shy?
According to Merriam-Webster dictionary it's shyer and the shyest, shier and shiest. via
What is superlative of shy?
adjective. /ʃaɪ/ /ʃaɪ/ (comparative shyer, superlative shyest) via
What is a shyer?
or shyer (ˈʃaɪə ) noun. a horse that shies habitually. via
Is it more quiet or quieter?
Both Quieter and More quiet are correct. Quieter is more common but more quiet is also used in modern English. Quieter is the comparative form of quiet. Quieter often sounds more natural to English speakers and more quiet can sometimes sound strange. via
Is it noisier or more noisy?
The comparative form of noisy; more noisy. via
What is the superlative of fierce?
The superlative form of fierce; most fierce. via
What is the comparative of beautiful?
Adjectives with more than two syllables can only make their comparative by using 'more' and their superlative by using 'most'. beautiful → more beautiful / most beautiful. via
What is a superlative example?
Superlative adjectives demonstrate a higher level of comparison between entities. For example, "She's the prettiest princess in all the land." via
Is Shier a real word?
"shyer" or "shier"? Both versions are acceptable in today's standard English. In the 2002 CGEL page 1581: Monosyllabic dry and shy are optionally exceptions to the y-replacement rule, allowing either y or i before the suffix: dry ~ dryer/drier ~ dryest/driest and shy ~ shyer/shier ~ shyest/shiest. via
Is it fiercer or more fierce?
Comparative form of fierce: more fierce. via