Grammar Patterns

ADJ from n

ADJ from n

The adjective is followed by a prepositional phrase which consists of from and a noun group.
 Adjectivefromnoun group
His face wasfamiliarfroma thousand statues.
Graham had always beenremotefromhis family.
He iswearyfromhis travels.
Adjectives with this pattern belong to the following meaning groups:
The 'absent' groupThe 'different' groupThe 'indistinguishable' groupThe 'apparent' groupThe 'safe' groupThe 'accessible' groupThe 'dead' groupThe 'dirty' groupAdjectives with other meaningsOther related patterns

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