Modifiers are words, phrases, and clauses that affect and often enhance the meaning of a sentence. Modifiers offer detail that can make a sentence more engaging, clearer, or specific. The simplest form of a modifier would be an adjective or adverb.
A word, phrase, or clause that modifies—or provides information about—another word in the same sentence is known as a modifier. For instance, the term "vegetarian" modifies the word "pizza" in the following phrase:
The word "vegetarian" adds further context to the type of pizza being described.
Adjectives, which modify a noun, and adverb, which modifies a verb, are both examples of modifiers.
Look at these two instances:
Modifiers enhance a particular sentence in terms of detailing or description.