There is a small group of adjectives which is used in a very similar way to determiners to make the reference more precise. These are called postdeterminers because their place in a noun group is immediately after the determiner, if there is one, and before any other adjectives.
There is also a large number of English adjectives ending in ‘ed’, many of which are related to the past participle of a verb. In some grammars they are called ‘ed’ adjectives . The irregular past participles are also included.