What is the comparative of intelligent?
If an adjective has two or more syllables, it usually forms the comparative and superlative degrees with more and most: more intelligent, most intelligent; more difficult, most difficult.
What is the superlative adjective of intelligent?
The adjective, ‘intelligent’ (which has four syllables) is the positive form. Its comparative degree of comparison is ‘more intelligent’. Its superlative degree of comparison is ‘most intelligent’.
What is an intellectual person called?
cerebral, creative, highbrow, mental, psychological, rational, scholarly, thoughtful, academic, academician, doctor, intelligentsia, philosopher, pundit, scholar, thinker, avant-garde, brain, egghead, genius.
What is the comparative of remarkably?
remarkably (comparative more remarkably, superlative most remarkably)
What is the verb of intelligent?
intellectualize. To treat in an intellectual manner; to discuss or express intellectually. To endow with intellect; to bestow intellectual qualities upon; to cause to become intellectual.
How do you intellectually stimulate someone?
How Do You Develop Intellectual Intimacy?
- Cultivate shared interests to create intellectual intimacy.
- Align your values.
- Be supportive of each other.
- Find fun activities to do together.
- Talk about work to build intellectual intimacy.
- Discuss past life experiences.
- Plan an adventure together.
- Learn a new skill together.
Who is a clever person?
Someone who is clever is intelligent and able to understand things easily or plan things well.
How do you describe a clever person?
1 ingenious, talented, quick-witted; smart, gifted; apt, expert. 4 skillful, agile, handy.
How do you use remarkably?
Remarkably sentence example
- The weather on the whole is remarkably dry.
- The lines of that mouth were remarkably finely curved.
- The surface of the country is remarkably level, with numerous deep ravines in the calcareous conglomerate.
- The native breed of mules is remarkably fine.
What remarkably means?
: worthy of being or likely to be noticed especially as being uncommon or extraordinary.