"This city is wall-to-wall cars."

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"This city is wall-to-wall cars." 

 

I saw the sentence and I was wondering if wall-to-wall cars functions as an adjective like it is crowded or it functions as a noun like it is a mess. What do you experts think about it? Thank you so much as always and have a good day.

asked Nov 17 '12 at 02:44 Hans Contributor

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I would see it as a noun, but I suppose it could be an predicate adjective. I would like to hear other comments, also.

link comment answered Nov 17 '12 at 02:48 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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