Lexiphanicism (LEX•ih•FAN•ih•siz•im) Noun -The use of excessively learned and bombastic vocabulary or phraseology in a pretentious fashion. -An instance or example of such vocabulary or phraseology. -The habit of using a pompous or turgid style in speaking or writing. -The use of pretentious words, language, or style. Adjective form: Lexiphanic.
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This test has 20 possible including: -Choose the correct adjective -Complete the adjective table -Identify the adjective formAn answer sheet is included. The test covers this standard:L.3.1.G: Form and use comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs, and choose between them depending on what is to be modified.For more support for this standard I also have a practice product for comparative and superlative adjective forms.