Let's go...Ex. lovelier, prettier, ever, and so on
after, alter, believer, blister, brother, builder, cater, cavalier, chandelier, chowder, clothier, deliver, destroyer, director, easier, ether, father, freer, goner, giver, grandmother, greater, greener, greeter, grenadier, hater, heifer, hotelier, jailer, letter, lever, liver, meter, miner, mister, mother, nicer, number, paper, pepper, poorer, producer, sister, spicier, twister, uglier, underwriter, wealthier.
Never ever sever giverAfter father goner alter believer Alter grandmother grieverReceiver
hitter, deceiver, go-getter, kisser, kidder, bidder, blocker, denier, sturdier, banter, herder
So any verb ...and there must be thousands... can be converted into an "er" word? Most adjectives can also be converted , usually with "ier". So the point is?
Some would "er" on the side of caution!
To "er" is human...
whether, weather, sweater
freebooterprivateer(I must have pirates on the brain. lol)
by dyesebel1017 months ago
Examples:honest, prettiest, safestIt's your turn...
by marcs8 years ago
THe questions is this: As a woman hubber do you loathe that men are more likely to read your hub if you are pretty or do you capitalize on it?
by lyricsingray13 months ago
You can say anything you want.ButIt has to be 3 words > no less, no moreas many posts as you would likeso,LET'S START NOW
by lyricsingray17 months ago
by ralwus8 years ago
Just wondered how you guys out there think?
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