Prepositions after Adjectives

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


quiet about, for, in, on or at?

  • So I was pretty quiet about it.
  • He was really quiet for a while.
  • Everything was quiet in return.
  • All quiet on the transfer front.
  • All quiet at the Bridge so far.
  • I have gone rather quiet of late.
  • He was quiet during this election.
  • Clean, quiet with superb service.
  • I remember keeping quiet after.
  • I realize it's been quiet around here.
  • I was extremely quiet as a kid.
  • The camp must be quiet by midnight.
  • Now be quiet before i pee in your.
  • The weekend looks quiet from here.
  • He'd been quiet like this ever since.
  • The man from Basra kept quiet over this.
  • We were both pretty quiet to and at the airport yesterday.
  • The house is quiet without the boys.

quick in, on, for, with or at?

  • We learned quick in this business.
  • Doctors pretty quick on my case.
  • But Jesus was too quick for them.
  • I'd pretty quick with my hands.
  • I was not quick at learning them.
  • He's strong, quick off the line.
  • Quick as a flash I made a beeline for him.
  • Thought about quick to grievance.
  • Just make sure you are quick about it.
  • Right to the quick of the problem.
  • This is very, very quick by Malaysian standards.
  • I calmed down pretty quick after that.
  • Quick around the court, Sedgman was known for his impeccable net play.
  • Better kill the imp thing quick before Dave dies.
  • On the plus side, service was quick from very friendly staff.
  • If your lashes grow extremely quick like mine refill every 2 weeks.
  • You will lend me Ira Quick out of mine.
  • I know because I have to mow quick over that.
  • I have become a detective fairly quick through some shifty means.
  • He just shoots too quick without thinking.

qualified for, in, with, as or by?

  • Feel qualified for more control.
  • Eye-catchingly, no Russian or Cuban qualified in O'Neill's middleweight category.
  • His younger sister too qualified as a doctor.
  • They should never by qualified by fear or prejudice.
  • I am qualified with 5 CXC subjects all in 1s and 2s.
  • She topped the list of scores of applicants who wanted her job because she was, without any doubt the most qualified of the lot.
  • So for me this seemed like the fastes option to becoming qualified on paper.
  • He must depend on steps to confirm his qualified to the career.
  • Is there a way of training in a school whilst being paid but also becoming qualified at the same time.
  • But he would never be allowed to screen out the lesser qualified because of the One Vote of the illiterate counts as much as the 190 IQ at MIT.
  • For example, if leads are not getting qualified within the promoting process, you could be squandering time on unqualified and disinterested prospects.