Is "wonderfulest" proper English?
Is "wonderfuliest" proper English?
- MercuryLv 73 weeks ago
No such word in English.
- bluebellbkkLv 73 weeks ago
Neither 'wonderfulest' nor 'wonderfuliest' (you offered both) is correct.
- 3 weeks ago
No. You could use it in a nickname for yourself or if you owned a shop you can include the word.
Oh you mean wonderfu-lust?! I own a dildo now and I'm on a diet putting different chemicals in my body so I'm not in the mood for that.
- RainLv 73 weeks ago
alternative spelling of wonderfullest
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- reme_1Lv 74 weeks ago
It is NOT a word!
- 4 weeks ago
No, but it should be and I going to start using it in conversation :)
- LônLv 74 weeks ago
No, the correct term is "moat wonderful".
- JustinLv 74 weeks ago
No but 'supercalifragilisticexpialidocious' is. It means the same thing.
- MarkLv 74 weeks ago
No, it is not. A good rule of thumb in English is if a word has two or fewer syllables, use the -er and -est endings (eg. happy, happier, happiest), but if it has three or more syllable use "more and most" (eg. wonderful, more wonderful, most wonderful) and contray to what some people on here believe ALWAYS incorrect to use both (eg. "more nicer", "most nicest").
- Ranchmom1Lv 74 weeks ago
No, it is not an English word.