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What part of speech is wooden?

part of speech: noun
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: woods, wooding, wooded
definition 1: to plant or cover with trees. similar words: forest
definition 2: to furnish or fuel with wood.

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Subsequently, one may also ask, is Wooden an adjective?

Technically, “wooden” is an adjective while “wood” here is a noun used attributively—that is as an adjective. When a noun like “wood” is used adjectivally, it's often referred to as an attributive noun, a noun adjunct, or a noun premodifier. In general, adjectives are more flexible than attributive nouns.

Similarly, is wood a uncountable noun? A smaller number of nouns do not typically refer to things that can be counted and so they do not regularly have a plural form: these are known as uncountable nouns (or mass nouns). Examples include: rain, flour, earth, wine, or wood. Uncountable nouns can't be preceded by a or an.

Consequently, what type of word is wooden?

adjective. consisting or made of wood; wood: a wooden ship. stiff, ungainly, or awkward: a wooden gait.

What part of speech is the word below?

Below is a preposition or an adverb.

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