Adverbs Starting with N (List & Examples)
List of Adverbs Starting with N and their example sentences
|Adverbs Starting with N||Example Sentences|
|nearly||It is a decision that would have nearly bankrupted the company, showing that the CEO is far too naive regarding finance.|
|narrowly||Moreover, it is necessary to pay attention to narrowly defined social and cultural problems.|
|nothing||There was nothing extraordinary about his cooking.|
|noticeably||When I looked at the data, the pictures were noticeably noisy.|
|next||The event will never be held at the same time and place for the next three years.|
|neatly||Folded with care and neatly stacked on top of the wardrobe.|
|near||Be careful not to get dirt near the plants. They are delicate!|
Mary wanted her bedroom to be near their kitchen.
|nearby||The customer wanted the store to be nearby.|
John would like a job that is nearby, please.
When it comes to a shop, there are usually products made by hand nearby.
|notably||Her performance was notably passionate and enthusiastic.|
We were notably happier after the massage.
The actions were seen by two students, who found them notably reprehensible.
|never||We never forget a customer’s needs.|
Never use the same words every time.
|nevertheless||Nevertheless, we have no choice but to cancel it.|
Nevertheless, you should not repeat yourself too much.
|nightly||I like to have coffee nightly.|
He has been servicing you nightly.
|newly||Newly formed governments have complete control over the national budget.|
Although it is newly created, it works smoothly.
Newly constructed buildings are some of the tallest in the city.
Newly married couples love to talk on the phone.
|nicely||Nicely rounded sentences showcase his writing talents.|
Nicely designed phones are great gifts for newly married couples.
|naturally||Your mother genetically passed on the long and curly hair to you, making it possible for you to achieve naturally curly hair with a bit of help from a hairdresser.|
A person who is naturally fit doesn’t need to work out.
|nakedly||Nakedly exposed to this danger, the young can quickly lose their innocence and give way to cynicism.|
|naively||Naively, the child believed that his teacher would read composition carefully.|
We are backwards-looking and naively optimistic in our view of the past, revealing an overly optimistic view of the future.
|nosily||If the mayor nosily commands that, the city will be in trouble.|
We can see that they all have no manners and are nosily laughing when their peers trip.
Tom is characterized as a nosily, meddling teenager in this coming-of-age novel.
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- Adverb of Frequency
- Adverb of Place
- Adverb of Number
- Adverb of Manner
- Adverb of Degree
- Conjunctive Adverb