This question already has an answer here:
- Are words ending in -ly adverbs? 3 answers
Are there adjectives in English that are still adjectives when adding -ly to it?
More precisely, I mean words that would be originally adjectives, and that would still be adjectives when adding the -ly suffix to it (even if the meaning is different).
For example, elderly is, as elder can be used as an adjective. Lone is as well. Are there others?
(I have read this question but it is asking about whether there are nouns that turn into adjectives (as opposed to adverbs) when you add -ly. I'm asking about whether there are adjectives that remain adjectives after adding -ly.)