Suppose you have some coordinate adjectives modifying a noun. E.g.
"the cold, tired, hungry dog."
You could rewrite this as
"the cold and tired and hungry dog"
but would these
"the cold, tired, and hungry dog"
"the cold, and tired, and hungry dog"
be acceptable? And would you call the first an oxford comma? I've looked through a bunch of guides for coordinate adjectives. Most of them, like this and this, never use the last options but don't specifically forbid them. One (Hart's Rules) sort of uses it to describe an Oxford comma, but not when modifying a noun. I would appreciate a definitive answer for this if one exists.
Very similar to this question. But their source doesn't make it clear whether the adjectives are supposed to modify a noun or go at the end of a sentence.