The droopy daffodils.
They are droopier today than yesterday.
The middle one is the droopiest.
How to form comparative and superlative adjectives
One-syllable words take -er and -est to make them comparative and superlative.
hot, hotter, hottest
Three or more syllables are preceded by more/less and most/least.
beneficial, more beneficial, most beneficial
The rules are not as clear-cut with two-syllable words. Those ending in -y tend to take -er and -est, and the rest take more/less and most/least.
lazy, lazier, laziest; grateful, more grateful, most grateful
Irregular adjectives don’t follow the same rules. For example:
good, better, best
bad, worse, worst
little, less, least
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