A distributive adjective is a word that conveys a sense of distribution. It represents each person or thing of a certain set in a one-at-a-time manner.
- Each boy in the class was given some refreshment.
- Every man standing there was angry.
- No girl was in proper school uniform.
- Either toy was costly.
- Neither farmer sold his produce in the market.
In the above sentences, all the words in bold (Each, Every, No, Either, Neither) convey a sense of distribution and are followed by a noun. Therefore, they are all Distributive Adjectives.