Suppletive vs Suppletively - What's the difference?
As an adjective suppletive
As an adverb suppletively is
in a suppletive way.
(grammar) Inflected by substituting an unrelated form (for example, in English, the adjectival forms good'', ''better,'' ''best ).
Supplying deficiencies; supplementary; suppletory.
- When "went" replaced "gang", "go" became suppletive .
In a suppletive way.
* 2012 , Jonathan David Bobaljik, Universals in Comparative Morphology (page 195)
- And as noted in chapter 2, in exactly this sense the adjective bad'' compares regularly, not suppletively : ''bad'' – ''badder'' – ''baddest .