Dictionary (adjectives)

Dictionary (adjectives)

Amuse – provide interesting and enjoyable occupation for (someone)
Amused – cause (someone) to find something funny; entertain
Amusing – causing laughter or providing entertainment
Ancient – having been in existence for a very long time
Anxious – experiencing worry, unease, or nervousness, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome
Awful – extremely shocking; horrific
Boiling – extremely hot
Breezy – appearing relaxed, informal, and cheerily brisk
Bright – (of a person, idea, or remark) intelligent and quick-witted
Charming – pleasant or attractive
Cheerful – noticeably happy and optimistic
Colossal – extremely large
Comfortable – (of a person) physically relaxed and free from constraint
Confused – (of a person) unable to think clearly; bewildered
Courageous

– not deterred by danger or pain; brave
Crazy – mentally deranged, esp. as manifested in a wild or aggressive way
Creepy – causing an unpleasant feeling of fear or unease
Cuddy – a stupid person
Pleasant – (of a person or their manner) friendly and considerate; likable
Delicious – highly pleasant to the taste
Delightful – causing delight; charming
Remarkable – worthy of attention; striking
Outstanding – exceptionally good
Dizzy – having or involving a sensation of spinning around and losing one’s balance
Eager – (of a person) wanting to do or have something very much
Eerie – strange and frightening
Energetic – showing or involving great activity or vitality
Enthusiastic – having or showing intense and eager enjoyment, interest, or approval
Excited – very enthusiastic and eager
Exuberant – filled with or characterized by a lively energy and excitement
Exhilarating – make (someone) feel very happy, animated, or elated
Fantastic – extraordinarily good or attractive
Fierce – having or displaying an intense or ferocious aggressiveness
Flamboyant – tending to attract attention because of their exuberance, confidence, and stylishness
Fluffy – of, like, or covered with fluff
Frantic – wild or distraught with fear, anxiety, or other emotion
Giant – an imaginary or mythical being of human form but superhuman size
Gigantic – of very great size or extent; huge or enormous
Gorgeous – beautiful; very attractive
Harsh – unpleasantly rough or jarring to the senses
Hilarious – extremely amusing
Hissing – make a sharp sibilant sound as of the letter s
Immense – extremely large or great, esp. in scale or degree
Lively – full of life and energy; active and outgoing
Lonely – sad because one has no friends or company
Magnificent – impressively beautiful, elaborate, or extravagant; striking
Melodic – pleasant-sounding; melodious
Mighty – possessing great and impressive power or strength, esp on account of size
Mysterious – difficult or impossible to understand, explain, or identify
Numerous – great in number; many
Obnoxious – extremely unpleasant
Odd – different from what is usual or expected; strange
Outrageous – shockingly bad or excessive
Precious – (of an object, substance, or resource) of great value; not to be wasted or treated carelessly
Quaint – attractively unusual or old-fashioned
Rare – not occurring very often
Repulsive – arousing intense distaste or disgust
Revolting – rise in rebellion
Shivering – (of a person or animal) shake slightly and uncontrollably as a result of being cold, frightened, or excited
Splendid – magnificent; very impressive
Steep – rising or falling sharply; nearly perpendicular



Dictionary (adjectives)