A large number of adjectives take the preposition ‘of’ after them.
Here is a quick list of them.
She accused me of killing her cat.
The jury acquitted him of the murder.
I am afraid of spiders.
I am apprehensive of the risks.
He has not been apprised of the death of his brother.
We are assured of his help.
I am not aware of the latest developments.
The refugees are bereft of their happiness.
He was cautious of the danger he faced.
He is certain of success.
What are the characteristic colors of autumn?
Water is composed of oxygen and hydrogen.
I am quite confident of success.
He is convicted of murder.
I am convinced of my innocence.
She was deprived of her share in the property.
He is desirous of fame.
The story was devoid of wit.
He is diffident of his ability to do it.
She is envious of her rich neighbor.
She is quite fond of her grandchildren.
He is found guilty of forgery.
He is ignorant of the consequences of his actions.
Have you been informed of his decision to quit?
He is quite proud of his daughter.
Are you sure of your success?
I am suspicious of your intentions.