Relating to stuff based on noun + -wise pattern

Relating to stuff based on noun + -wise pattern

Created:18 Nov 2019 19:34:24 , in  advanced

Pattern

In English language there exists a concise pattern for building adverbs relating to something. The pattern is based on a noun and -wise suffix. The noun specifies what a newly created adjective will be relating to.

The pattern looks as follows : noun + -wise.

Examples

The job is boring, but money-wise I'm better off.

Quality-wise this mug is perfect.

These electric guitars feature amazing guitar body patterns, sound-wise they are not that spectacular, though.

Reliability-wise our car has been very good.

This post was updated on 18 Nov 2019 19:35:27

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Weather-wise   Pitch-wise   result-wise   pay-wise   Growth-wise  

#1 , the next week looks very promising, but just in case I will take an umbrella with us.

#2 , the stock market shares index has been on the rise over the last two weeks.

#3 We have not invested in new players much this year, still things are looking up on the pitch.

#4 , the meeting was very good, it is a pity, that no orders from the attendees followed.

#5 Even thought, this job offer looks decent there is little on benefits side.

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