A phrase used as an adjective: The woman carrying the large notebook is my sister. See also phrase.
a complete construction headed by an adjective. APs typically modify nouns and occur as complements to verbs such as be, seem, become. For example: The man guilty of this heinous crime was imprisoned. John seems rather stupid.
a prepositional phrase that modifies another noun or pronoun within the sentence
a phrase in which the headword is an adjective. In the sentence 'The new bridge will be the second longest in the world.' the adjective phrase is 'the second longest in the world'
A phrase headed by an adjective (e.g. proud, good, happy). The Head may be premodified ( very good). Certain Heads may be postmodified ( proud of you), or can be pre- and postmodified ( very proud of you). See also