Adverbs do not describe nouns - adverbs can only describe the way that something is done - verbs.
Nouns don't describe things. Those are adjectives.
Nouns don't describe words. A noun is a person, place, or thing.
A noun used to describe another noun is called an attributive noun (or noun adjunct).Some attributive nouns to describe the noun soccer are:high school soccerleague soccercharity soccercomedy soccerarmy soccerpicnic soccerneighborhood soccertoddler soccerbackyard soccerchampionship soccer
Nouns do not describe, adjectives are the words that describe nouns. The word 'enemies' is a noun Three nouns that are synonyms for enemies, then here you go. 1. Foes 2. Fiends 3. Opponents
Nouns do not describe, nouns are persons, places, things, or ideas. Adjectives are words that describe nouns. Some adjectives to describe desert:hotdrylonelybeautifuldangerousinterestingbrightvastshimmeringgritty
Nouns don't describe nouns, adjectives describe nouns (night is a noun). Some adjectives to describe the noun night:brightdarkexcitinglongrelaxingscarySynonyms for night are nouns; for example:darknesseveningmidnighttime period
Nouns used to describe nouns are called attributive nouns. Some nouns to describe the noun dog are:sheep doghouse dog
Adverbs describe nouns!!!:)
yes they do. They describe nouns and pronouns.
Nouns do not describe; adjectives are the words that describe nouns. The word 'lazy' is an adjective used to describe nouns..Some synonyms for the adjective lazy are:apatheticinactiveindolentinertlackadaisicallanguorouslethargicpassiveshiftlessslackslothfulsluggishtorpidunengagedunready
Nouns are not describing words. Adjectives are the words that describe nouns; Elvis Presley is a noun, a proper noun, the name of a person.Some adjectives to describe Elvis Presley are:famousflawedSome nouns that are synonyms for Elvis Presley are:performersinger