Good, better, best. Bad, worse, worst.
So each of these sets presumably is made from two different base words. So surely, good, gooder and goodest once prevailed? Also bad, badder and baddest. But what are the ordinary adjectives (not sure what it is called, but as opposed to the comparative and the superlative) for better/best and worse/worst?
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