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Is sweet a common noun?

Yes, the noun 'sweet' is a common noun; a general word for something that tastes sweet or a general term of endearment; a word for any sweet of any kind.
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In Nouns

Is football countable?

The noun 'football' is a singular, countable noun as a word for the ball used to play the game. The plural noun is 'footballs'. The noun 'football' is an uncountable noun a (MORE)
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Is a boat cruise a proper noun?

No, the compound noun 'boat cruise' is a common noun, a general word for any kind of cruise on a boat. A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or (MORE)

What is a noun for strange?

The noun forms for the adjective strange are stranger, strangeness and sometimes strange. Example uses: Noun: I gave the stranger directions to get back on the interstate (MORE)

If Statue of Liberty is in capital letters does that make it a proper noun?

Yes. Capital letters are used for proper nouns, which are specific things with given names, rather than one of several similar but unspecified things. Proper nouns can be us (MORE)
In Grammar

Is judgment a proper noun?

No, the noun 'judgment' is a common noun, a general word for an opinion or decision that is based on careful thought; a general word for the ability to make considered decisi (MORE)

What is the abstract noun of fail?

The word 'fail' is an abstract noun as a word for a result in a test that shows someone or something has not achieved a satisfactory score or standard. The word 'fail' is (MORE)