Prepositions after Adjectives

Click an adjective to see what prepositions are usually used after it in English


"good for" or "good at"?

  • Good for the coming generation.
  • They were getting good at that.
  • Regardless, it's good info, Dr.
  • Good of him to notice thought Sal.
  • Good on you for recognizing it.
  • What's good about the hotel? 1.
  • He is good to eat, so kill him.
  • You took the good with the bad.
  • Lamb rack is very good as well.
  • Parents look good by saying, '.
  • I felt good from the inside out.

great for, in, at, with or on?

  • Yep thats great for the planet.
  • The flight was great in and out.
  • USA is not great at everything.
  • Looks great on the counter too.
  • Also great with added beetroot.
  • In fact, we feel great about it.
  • Great as well as exact details.
  • Great of you to stop by, Kinna.
  • They have all been great to me.
  • Things worked great after that.
  • Glasgow We grow great by dreams.
  • They are a great from of protein.

guilty of, to, about, for or in?

  • Muslims are guilty of the same.
  • I'd feeling so guilty about it.
  • And I feel guilty for it! Silly.
  • Pleas of Guilty in state matters.
  • I ended up guilty by association.
  • Mr Taylor was found guilty on all.
  • I feel guilty at the same time.

"grateful for" or "grateful to"?

  • We are so grateful for the overwhelming support and friendship that we've received from you over the past 5 years.
  • I am very grateful to the Geologists ' Association for permission to reproduce the photograph of Rowe and to Dr C.
  • Thank you for the many struggles I share in this existence, those cruel hours made me more grateful of the life I am living.

general of, in, for, at or on?

  • See, Attorney General of Guam v.
  • His advice is general in nature.
  • Attorney General for Canada (1930 A.
  • The Secretary General at the U.
  • I spoke to the Attorney General on 30th April 2008.
  • The scale from general to specific.
  • Tom Corbett, who served as attorney general from 2004 to 2010.
  • Responsibilities of Secretaries General under the 1997 Act 2.
  • That is very general with many exceptions of course.

"generous with", "generous to" or "generous in"?

  • Be generous with your courtesy.
  • That's a bit generous in my eyes.
  • Najib is indeed generous to a fault.
  • Very generous of you mondeomam.
  • I say generous for two reasons: 1.
  • Feel free to be generous on that front.
  • I feel we should be generous towards her.
  • Amazon is quite generous about free samples.
  • Billy is quite generous at sharing.
  • They are quite generous by non-military standard, and rightly so.
  • The president was generous toward Romney.

"glad for" or "glad of"?

  • Glad for the joy of the events.
  • I'd glad of the recommendation.
  • Most of us are glad about this.
  • Let us rejoice and be glad in it.
  • I am glad to the brink of fear.
  • But I am glad with what I have.
  • I was so much glad at his declaration.
  • I am glad after so many attempts you are back on track.
  • He becomes glad on seeing the world.

global in, to, with, as or for?

  • Our practice is global in scope.
  • These levels range from global to sub-national.
  • We are already going global with it.
  • Others go global as a market expansion strategy.
  • The command is global for all apps.
  • Before I knew it, it'd gone global on Twitter.
  • And, of course, it was global from the word go.
  • Moncupa sees a global rather than a regional solution to the problem.
  • The LPG market became truly global at this time.
  • They are, after all, global by nature.
  • In the global of Forex, it really is critical to forever be collecting as much pertinent info as you can.
  • Here, he talks to Global about the power of sport to confront complex political issues.
  • Town Meetings became global after the U.
  • Also stateful set marketed stage class was which Task that blocking global IP global into may to connected that changes the then.
  • When the banks go paperless, an MS Global like event will happen on a daily basis.
  • At Woodstock, we value the term global over the term international.
  • Equalizing global per person emissions.
  • But there have been mass bleachings that have been global since then: 2005 was bad; 2010 was bad.
  • We have become global through the internet, and so on.
  • Similarly, global versus local is not a useful debate.
  • Bulk Trading and Venture Global vs.
  • We want to be completely global within 3 years.
  • It is our means to becoming instantly global without set up costs in other jurisdictions.

"gentle with" or "gentle on"?

  • So, be gentle with your answer.
  • Here forms were gentle on the eye.
  • Just as WE were gentle in 1982.
  • So be kind and gentle to your hair.
  • It's the gentlest of all brands.
  • Go not gentle into that good night.
  • Ben is as sweet and gentle as a lamb.
  • May I recommend Sanex for men and Soft and Gentle for women.
  • He seemed almost gentle about it.
  • I am compassionate and gentle towards that.
  • That we hope to raise a child who is kind and gentle at heart.
  • He was simple, congenial and gentle by nature.
  • Other times she is gentle like small children playing together.
  • This means to be gentle toward her.

gay in, for, to, with or by?

  • He wasn't gay in the background.
  • Lesbian for female and Gay for male.
  • Yep, doesn't sound too gay to me.
  • Many people aren't gay by choice.
  • Philadelphia was gay with them.
  • We all appear gay at worship services.
  • I celebrate being gay on my own terms.
  • Now imagine being gay as a player on the team.
  • I am hiding the fact that I am gay from my family.
  • She is really sad to know that her son is also gay like Wah.
  • He is a real gentleman, I could not even sniff out anything gay about him.
  • He came out as gay after high school.
  • She thinks they are gay because of a prank by Elaine.
  • Teacher and I have been very gay of late.
  • People were gay before then too, and in many societies, said gays got married.
  • Plus some stay gay despite graduation.
  • Also actor Tim Campbell was not openly gay during his time on Home &; Away.
  • I didn't say he was gay outright, I just said there was a lot of evidence that suggested he was gay.
  • The few moments they got to be gay without fear or shame horning in probably did make them happy.

genuine in, about, to, with or by?

  • He seemed genuine in his offer.
  • I was genuine about the genuine.
  • Their love seems pretty genuine to me.
  • But by being genuine with him at.
  • Romney also came off as genuine by looking Mr.
  • JJ was too genuine for expressing his thought.
  • We are sure to get it genuine from you.
  • We are not genuine as a people.
  • He was genuine on the LTTE and he went on the path he choosed.
  • I suspect you're just as genuine at the lectern.
  • Whether he was being genuine of trolling is entirely a different issue.
  • This seems to be typical of the town - but it felt genuine rather than obsequious.
  • Experts believe the reports to be genuine after being shown a photograph taken by a member of the public.
  • The National Audit Office found only a third of colleges had been inspected by the UK Border Agency to make sure they were genuine before the system came into force.
  • He comments: ' There's literature, if you like! It feeds; it falls about you genuine like rain ' (ibid, 297).
  • The sex scenes had me doing a double take cos they looked genuine without it feeling fake or anything.

green on, in, with, for or at?

  • Today, if you do not wear green on St.
  • Midori means green in Japanese.
  • They were just green with envy.
  • Today it would be green for go.
  • Oh, and it turned green at one point, too.
  • I'd quite green to this process.
  • Stephen's Green as a girls ' hostel.
  • Everything gets greener by the day.
  • The site was very green from recent rains.
  • There is nothing green about ignorance.
  • Stephen's Green after getting the good news.
  • Nancy set foot on load looking decidedly green around the gills and Phil had not seen a.
  • It was the British who developed the Green into a leisure ground.
  • I mean who wears green like anymore.
  • But the cheapest, easiest and greenest of the lot is to make your own.
  • The grass is way greener over there.
  • More on the Celtics Keep on top of the Green throughout the season with ESPNBoston.
  • You will have a green without a stem after you unfold the leaf.

"gorgeous in" or "gorgeous with"?

  • Yes, she was gorgeous in Vogue.
  • Everyone looks gorgeous with a nice tan.
  • It's bloody gorgeous on Android.
  • I personally think this teal number would be gorgeous for fall.
  • V is gorgeous by the way! xox It's looking like I will have an only.
  • Numerous gorgeous as well as desirable gemrocks are simply around the entire world.
  • SooNa gorgeous at the premiere.
  • There's something so gorgeous about a perfect landing after a difficult tumbling pass.
  • Gorgeous from beginning to end.
  • He's not gorgeous like Rolfe, but he is cute.
  • Not the most gorgeous of people.
  • That was gorgeous to me and it still is.
  • We will both be utterly gorgeous after three weeks.
  • Poland was extra gorgeous during this segment but it seemed like she overdid it.
  • It's gorgeous inside -- my favorite detail is the smiling cherubs and gods.
  • Totally drop dead gorgeous without plastic surgery.

greedy for, in, of, with or about?

  • The mongoose is greedy for fish.
  • He was quite greedy in that way.
  • They are a bunch of rats have become to greedy of power.
  • I get so greedy with them things.
  • There is nothing greedy about this.
  • He is greedy by nature and isn't satisfied with what he gets for now.
  • Our tribe is not greedy like calm.
  • It is always greedy to impermissible things.
  • Why are we so fat? We have not become greedier as a race.
  • CPC can't be efficient and greedy at the same time.
  • This is cowardly and greedy on all parts, ' he stated.
  • Shame on greedy over payed pigs.
  • Yet not a few are greedy after this gossip.
  • Because the unions have gotten greedy beyond belief, they are spiraling downward and will soon be a memory.
  • Consumers are greedy from a promoting point of view.
  • Marketers and politicians can urge people to be greedy without censure.

"gracious in" or "gracious to"?

  • Be overly gracious in your speech.
  • God has been so gracious to us.
  • There will be nothing gracious about it.
  • How very gracious of you, Dave.
  • Be careful and gracious with critique.
  • Lo! He was ever gracious unto me.
  • I just want to be gracious for the good times.
  • See? He's very gracious towards fans as long as they ask nicely.
  • Devon was very gracious after his keynote and spent a lot of time signing autographs and talking with our employees one-on-one and in small groups.
  • She was gracious as well as dignified.
  • King Kev himself would admit that he wasn't too gracious at that moment but then he was talking to Alex Ferguson so i'll let him off.
  • Whilst Turnbull was quite gracious on the same matter.
  • Joseph Sobran was, in his latter years, far too gracious toward William Buckley.
  • Are you saying that gillard doesn't know the difference? julia gracious under criticism? If you call giggling and patronising gracious, then I suppose she is.

"giddy with", "giddy at" or "giddy about"?

  • We were giddy with possibility.
  • That is, I was giddy about the prospect.
  • You know, we very giddy at times.
  • Merely that she's not giddy over him.
  • Giddy up folks, Christmas is coming in November.
  • She feels, well, a bit reckless, a bit giddy in the moment.
  • I still get giddy on a gig day.
  • I feel giddy after taking my medicine, and also feel unbearably hot.
  • Kyle whoops with glee, giddy as a school boy.
  • But I feel giddy for starting today.
  • We were doomed to be giddy from the word go.
  • I was giddy like a horse with a fresh carrot.
  • She gets totally giddy around him.
  • He never had the fan giddy by making repeated wow throws.
  • I get a little (okay, very!) giddy during the monsoons.
  • The only person who didn't seem at all giddy to me was Lori.

germane to, for, in, as or at?

  • However, they aren't germane to subject.
  • My comments are more limited but - I hope - not less germane for that.
  • All salient and germane in our lives.
  • The political parties that emerged during the Second Republic were germane as a mechanism for returning the country to democratic rule.
  • It's germane at this point to quickly discuss the new privacy settings on Facebook.

"gifted with" or "gifted to"?

  • You are gifted with beautiful talent.
  • Gifted to a useful purpose? Hard to say.
  • He is also gifted in leadership.
  • I have a Mac Air gifted by son.
  • He was naturally gifted at maths.
  • Note that you are gifted for something.
  • The most gifted of character comedians.
  • Gifted as well as disadvantaged kids.
  • Herbs and roots are gifted from nature.
  • He was gifted on defense and a pretty good banger.

"grand in" or "grand for"?

  • Put 150 grand in your pocket today.
  • Less than a grand for 231k points.
  • We call him the Grand of Luga Flow.
  • It doesn't look so grand on the outside.
  • The GOP has gone from being grand to being greedy.
  • It is very grand with elegant costumes.
  • With something grand at the end, it's a journey.
  • So everything has to be twice as grand as No Entry.
  • The party will look grand by using such items.
  • I have an atists grand from the government.
  • Ashton Kutcher gets $700 grand per episode for Two and A Half Men.
  • Given at Grand Pre the Second of September in the 29th year of his Majesty's reign A.
  • There was something grand about D.
  • Put 80 grand into Swiss government bonds or even a Swiss bank account if you don't feel comfortable with bonds.
  • The mosque is not grand like Old Delhi's touristy Jama Masjid.
  • I did just grand out of IPBS and Canada Life.
  • Skygarden light looking grand over the Dining table.
  • And what's more, ye can do grand without them.

gritty of, in, with, on or to?

  • What happens? The nitty gritty of blogging.
  • It's real, gritty in places, sinister and entertaining.
  • Under Adam's bare feet, the carpet was gritty with cereal and crumbs.
  • The gritty on: PSP3, Wii, &; Xbox360.
  • Not clumsily so; they aren't gritty for juvenile shock factor, but they are.
  • The texture is slightly gritty like a pear but the flavour is sweeter and richer.
  • It's swampy, rustic and earthy and gritty to some extent.
  • But I tend to be a bit more gritty about the way things really are over here.
  • Without going bad anything, just are aware that this movie is gritty as well as complex with a lot of depth in the two plot along with the characters.
  • The messages, though gritty at times (e.
  • Rogue disguising himself as a Rhino-Man by wearing one's uniform is a bit of a stretch but otherwise they still manage to make it feel dramatic and gritty rather than silly.

"gray in" or "gray with"?

  • There's a touch of grey in my hair.
  • A deep grey with subtle shimmer.
  • Enough with the grey on grey looks.
  • BBC Weather has more grey for you.
  • This grey to black issue isn't going away.
  • My hair had gone grey at the temples.
  • All my friends are going grey! And my mum went grey as a teenager.
  • And there are maybe 50 shades of grey between black and white.
  • It's grey from the top to the bottom.
  • His eyes fascinate me, grey like the northern tribe of sisters, the Rusalka.
  • A pop of colour cheers the greyest of days.
  • Goes all the way back to a world of grey rather than stark black or white.
  • Infidelity is infedility, there is nothing grey about it.
  • He saw the clean bones lying gray against the frozen blood.
  • He already had some gray around his muzzle, and the veterinarian said he was probably close to 7.
  • Life in the NHS is grey by comparison.
  • The views themselves are either correct or incorrect (with some grey in-between).
  • The sievert is similar to the rem, but is derived from the gray instead of the rad.
  • I have always felt it's smart to turn grey into black or white.
  • A very cool car and I was a fan of the grey over black colour scheme.

grieving for, over, in, with or at?

  • I was grieving for my dead child.
  • Because I was still grieving over ah ma.
  • The other family members are all grieving in their own way.
  • Time spent reminiscing and grieving with family.
  • It seems likely that Stevie Rae may not be the only one who will be grieving after tonight.
  • I can't imagine how it feels grieving at the same time and not being able to confront him, and I'd genuinely sorry for how crappy you must feel about the whole thing.
  • God does not view our mourning and grieving as a loss but as a process of child birthing.
  • And for me, I did my grieving by listening to old Stevie Nicks songs on headphones in the dark.
  • I am not grieving to the same extent you are and I still found sorting everything out very draining and difficult so I can only imagine how hard it must be for you.
  • You should be thanking the white man for all he has given you, instead grieving about the past.
  • The face of Muhammad bin Wase seemed, due to immense grief, like a woman who has lost her child and she is grieving due to it.
  • Many of us are still grieving from last moth's the sudden death of Money Ray of the Cold Crush Brothers.
  • With M, we finally see Bond looking at women as his equal, and grieving like an evolved man when a female loved one passes.
  • For some, there is grieving of friends you have lost along the journey.
  • Sometimes I am fine with it and other times like yesterday I realized I need to do some more grieving on this.
  • They're devastated, emotional and grieving through a very difficult time.