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Adjectives that Start with A

List of Adjectives that Start with A

  • Aback
  • Abaft
  • Abandoned
  • Abashed
  • Aberrant
  • Abhorrent
  • Abiding
  • Abject
  • Ablaze
  • Able
  • Abnormal
  • Aboard
  • Aboriginal
  • Abortive
  • Abounding
  • Abrasive
  • Abrupt
  • Absent
  • Absolute
  • Absorbed
  • Absorbing
  • Abstracted
  • Absurd
  • Abundant
  • Abusive
  • Academic
  • Acceptable
  • Accessible
  • Accidental
  • Acclaimed
  • Accomplished
  • Accurate
  • Aching
  • Acid
  • Acidic
  • Acoustic
  • Acrid
  • Acrobatic
  • Active
  • Actual
  • Actually
  • Adamant
  • Adaptable
  • Addicted
  • Adept
  • Adhesive
  • Adhoc
  • Adjoining
  • Admirable
  • Admired
  • Adolescent
  • Adorable
  • Adored
  • Advanced
  • Adventurous
  • Affectionate
  • Afraid
  • Aged
  • Aggravating
  • Aggressive
  • Agile
  • Agitated
  • Agonizing
  • Agreeable
  • Ahead
  • Ajar
  • Alarmed
  • Alarming
  • Alcoholic
  • Alert
  • Alienated
  • Alike
  • Alive
  • All
  • Alleged
  • Alluring
  • Aloof
  • Altruistic
  • Amazing
  • Ambiguous
  • Ambitious
  • Amiable
  • Ample
  • Amuck
  • Amused
  • Amusing
  • Anchored
  • Ancient
  • Ancient
  • Angelic
  • Angry
  • Anguished
  • Animated
  • Annoyed
  • Annoying
  • Annual
  • Another
  • Antique
  • Antsy
  • Anxious
  • Any
  • Apathetic
  • Appetizing
  • Apprehensive
  • Appropriate
  • Apt
  • Aquatic
  • Arctic
  • Arid
  • Aromatic
  • Arrogant
  • Artistic
  • Ashamed
  • Aspiring
  • Assorted
  • Assured
  • Astonishing
  • Athletic
  • Attached
  • Attentive
  • Attractive
  • Auspicious
  • Austere
  • Authentic
  • Authorized
  • Automatic
  • Available
  • Avaricious
  • Average
  • Awake
  • Aware
  • Awesome
  • Awful
  • Awkward
  • Axiomatic

Adjectives that Start with A with Examples

Learn adjectives that start with A with example sentences.

  • Jonadab was taken aback, not being a man given to overt affection.
  • A fraud trial involving two homosexual lawyers was abandoned.
  • The girl was abashed by the laughter of her classmates.
  • You figure you’ve got a handle on all but the most aberrant human behaviour.
  • Racial discrimination is abhorrent to my council and our staff.
  • He is an artist with an abiding concern for humanity.
  • This scheme was an abject failure.
  • Within minutes the whole house was ablaze.
  • I’ve always wanted to be able to speak Japanese.
  • They thought his behaviour was abnormal.
  • We must not take combustible goods aboard.
  • Most railway sidings on the Nullarbor have lyrical aboriginal names.
  • I made an abortive attempt to win his support.
  • Sweet bounce, abounding of sweet canicule and roses.
  • She was a tough girl with rather an abrasive manner.
  • The accident brought his career to an abrupt end.
  • The eye is blind if the mind is absent.
  • Around them the darkness was absolute, the silence oppressive.
  • He eyed the coming tide with an absorbed attention.
  • The Chancellor’s speech was an absorbing piece of political theatre.
  • The same abstracted look was still on his face.
  • There is abundant evidence that cars have a harmful effect on the environment.
  • Smith denies using abusive language to the referee.
  • I was never a particularly academic child.
  • Students who achieve an acceptable standard will progress to degree studies.
  • The remote desert area is accessible only by helicopter.
  • The jury returned a verdict of accidental death.
  • She’s a very accomplished pianist/painter/horsewoman.
  • He has made an accurate measurement of my garden.
  • Dissolved carbon dioxide makes the water more acidic.
  • Inverted flight is an acrobatic manoeuvre of the plane.
  • The actual nest is a work of art.
  • Veronica was quite adamant that they should stay on.
  • They were charming women, well-bred, gentle, and very adaptable.
  •  I sealed up the package with strong adhesive tape.
  • Her coolness in an emergency was admirable.
  • It is important that an adolescent boy should have an adult in whom he can confide.
  • She has the most adorable two-year-old girl.
  • I’m trying to be more adventurous with my cooking.
  • A puppy is naturally affectionate and excitable.
  • Some children are much more aggressive than others.
  • Your refusal puts me in an awkward predicament.
  • That new white convertible is totally awesome.
  • There is no proof that the document is authentic.
  • Customers want companies that are attentive to their needs.
  • Jill gradually became aware of an awful smell.
  • First-class accommodation is available on all flights.
  • The heating system has automatic temperature control.

Adjectives that Start with B

List of Adjectives that Start with B

  • Buttery
  • Busy
  • Bustling
  • Burly
  • Burdensome
  • Buoyant
  • Bumpy
  • Bulky
  • Bubbly
  • Bruised
  • Brown
  • Broken
  • Broad
  • Brisk
  • Brilliant
  • Bright
  • Brief
  • Breezy
  • Breakable
  • Brawny
  • Brave
  • Brash
  • Brainy
  • Bowed
  • Bountiful
  • Boundless
  • Bouncy
  • Bossy
  • Boring
  • Bored
  • Boorish
  • Bony
  • Bold
  • Boiling
  • Bogus
  • Blushing
  • Blue-eyed
  • Blue
  • Bloody
  • Blond
  • Blissful
  • Blind
  • Bleak
  • Blaring
  • Blank
  • Bland
  • Black-and-white
  • Black
  • Bizarre
  • Bitter
  • Biting
  • Bite-sized
  • Biodegradable
  • Billowy
  • Big-hearted
  • Big
  • Bewitched
  • Bewildered
  • Better
  • Best
  • Berserk
  • Bent
  • Beneficial
  • Beloved
  • Belligerent
  • Belated
  • Befitting
  • Beefy
  • Beautiful
  • Bawdy
  • Batty
  • Basic
  • Bashful
  • Barren
  • Bare
  • Barbarous
  • Baggy
  • Bad
  • Back
  • Babyish

Adjectives that Start with B with Examples

Learn adjectives that start with B with example sentences.

  • His mouth watered with the hot buttery smell.
  • The committee is busy laying down a general policy.
  • This is the bustling commercial quarter of the city.
  • Two burly men were on the doorstep.
  • Oh, the service here is less burdensome than girls expect.
  • Share prices were buoyant today in active trading.
  • The wide paved road degenerated into a narrow bumpy track.
  • It was bulky, perhaps three feet long and almost as high.
  • He was slightly bruised but otherwise unhurt.
  • The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog.
  • I cut myself on a piece of broken glass.
  • They robbed the bank in broad daylight.
  • She went for a brisk walk to work off her frustration.
  • The report is a brilliant condensation of several years work.
  • Young, bright, energetic with strong career-ambition.
  • We stopped by Alice’s house for a brief visit.
  • His bright and breezy manner sometimes irritated people.
  • Have you got anything breakable in your bag?
  • Topaz had pictured her as tall and brawny as befitted a martinet.
  • ‘Chicken’ is slang for someone who isn’t very brave.
  • We could not carry out that brash plan.
  • At school, Karen was always one of the brainy ones.
  • We found a bountiful supply of coconuts on the island.
  • He approached every task with a boundless zest.
  • The band alternated romantic love songs with bouncy dance numbers.
  • The face itself, middle-aged, was fleshy, healthy, bossy.
  • Without the language of love, all characters are boring.
  • Several young girls were sitting around looking bored.
  • He knew her husband was very boorish and often struck her.
  • The armadillo has a protective shell of bony plates.
  • The painting was bold, brash, and modern.
  • Several men were thrown into a boiling cauldron.
  • Many country parishes were still living in blissful ignorance of the post-war crime wave.
  • blind man who leans against a wall imagines that it’s the boundary of the world.
  • The radio was blaring out the latest pop songs.
  • Zoe looked at me with a blank expression.
  • That oatmeal is so bland that it is tasteless.
  • The black crow perched on the telephone pole.
  • The book breaks the information into bite-sized pieces.
  • This carton is made of biodegradable plastic.
  • One billowy river appeared in front of the Cowhand.
  • What is more, it is a big-hearted, generous book.
  • The restaurant has suffered a big drop in trade.
  • The telescope must be bewitched by the Devil.
  • bewildered child was wandering among the crowd.
  • Sunshine and water are beneficial to living things.
  • He was almost back to his belligerent mood of twelve months ago.
  • The dawns here in the mountains are very beautiful.
  • Freedom of expression is a basic human right.
  • Her defiant black clothes belie her bashful smile.
  • The trade-in exotic birds are barbarous and inhumane.
  • I like T-shirts as long as they’re really baggy.

Adjectives that Start with C

List of Adjectives that Start with C

  • Cynical
  • Cylindrical
  • Cute
  • Curvy
  • Curved
  • Curly
  • Curious
  • Cumbersome
  • Cultured
  • Cultivated
  • Cuddly
  • Crushing
  • Cruel
  • Crowded
  • Crooked
  • Critical
  • Crisp
  • Criminal
  • Creepy
  • Creative
  • Creamy
  • Crazy
  • Craven
  • Crafty
  • Crabby
  • Cowardly
  • Courteous
  • Courageous
  • Costly
  • Corny
  • Coordinated
  • Cooperative
  • Cool
  • Cooked
  • Convoluted
  • Convincing
  • Conventional
  • Content
  • Contemplative
  • Constant
  • Considerate
  • Conscious
  • Confusing
  • Condescending
  • Condemned
  • Concrete
  • Concerned
  • Complicated
  • Complex
  • Complete
  • Competent
  • Compassionate
  • Common
  • Comfortable
  • Combative
  • Colossal
  • Colourless
  • Colourful
  • Cold
  • Coherent
  • Coarse
  • Cluttered
  • Clumsy
  • Clueless
  • Cloudy
  • Closed
  • Close
  • Cloistered
  • Clever
  • Clear-cut
  • Clear
  • Clean
  • Classy
  • Classic
  • Clammy
  • Circular
  • Chunky
  • Chubby
  • Chivalrous
  • Chilly
  • Childlike
  • Chief
  • Chemical
  • Cheery
  • Cheerful
  • Cheeky
  • Cheap
  • Charming
  • Changeable
  • Certain
  • Celebrated
  • Ceaseless
  • Cavernous
  • Cautious
  • Caring
  • Careless
  • Careful
  • Carefree
  • Capricious
  • Capital
  • Capable
  • Canine
  • Candid
  • Calm
  • Callous
  • Calculating
  • Cagey

Adjectives that Start with C with Examples

Learn adjectives that start with C with example sentences.

  • I think she takes a rather cynical view of men.
  • Roll the bread dough into a cylindrical shape.
  • Those cute boys breezed through the examination with no trouble at all!
  • This will give your text a curvy stroke effect.
  • Children are curious about everything around them.
  • That was more like a cumbersome personal stereo.
  • His behaviour was suggestive of a cultured man.
  • A broad valley opened up leading to a high, flat plateau of cultivated land.
  • The Democrats suffered a crushing defeat in the last election.
  • We are all bunched together in the crowded elevator.
  • Three identical aprons hung on a crooked coatstand.
  • Many economists are critical of the government’s economic policies.
  • They’ve renounced their old criminal way of life.
  • Was she still married to that creepy guy, Dennis?
  • She’s very creative and always coming up with new ideas.
  • Beat the ingredients together to a creamy consistency.
  • Are you crazy? We could get killed doing that.
  • They condemned the deal as a craven surrender.
  • I’ve had a crafty idea for getting around the regulations.
  • He’s very crabby right now because he has a bad tooth.
  • A courageous foe is better than a cowardly friend.
  • I was courteous but didn’t encourage conversation.
  • These women were strong, resourceful and courageous.
  • I know it sounds corny, but it really was love at first sight!
  • The sound has to be coordinated with the picture.
  • The family business is now run as a cooperative.
  • Put aside all Facing the misunderstanding to keep cool.
  • Raw meat must be kept separate from cooked meat.
  • The loan approval process is very convoluted.
  • His version of the accident seemed most convincing.
  • The disease is totally unresponsive to conventional treatment.
  • Are you content with your present salary?
  • Cedarquist looked after him with contemplative interest.
  • He who makes constant complaint gets little compassion.
  • He’s a real gentleman, always kind and considerate.
  • He became conscious of growing discomfort.
  • Witness statements presented a confusing picture of the incident.
  • Professor Hutter’s manner is extremely condescending.
  • Many contemporary writers condemned the emperor’s actions.
  • His love life was complicated and involved in intense relationships.
  • The company has a complex organizational structure.
  • The talks have reached a complete deadlock.
  • competent mechanic should be able to fix the problem.
  • Politicians are not usually regarded as warm or compassionate people.
  • comfortable working environment will increase productivity.
  • Luckily, Mr Clarke has a combative, sceptical personality.
  • Charles Howard had just delivered me a colossal snub.
  • The male birds are more colourful than the females.
  • She soon conditioned the children to the cold weather.
  • Their views coalesced to form a coherent policy.
  • His movements were clumsy, and his gait peculiarly awkward.

Adjectives that Start with D

List of Adjectives that Start with D

  • Dysfunctional
  • Dynamic
  • Dutiful
  • Dusty
  • Dull
  • Dual
  • Dry
  • Drunk
  • Droopy
  • Dreary
  • Dramatic
  • Drained
  • Drafty
  • Draconian
  • Drab
  • Downright
  • Doubtful
  • Double
  • Doting
  • Dopey
  • Domineering
  • Dizzy
  • Divergent
  • Disturbed
  • Distressed
  • Distraught
  • Distorted
  • Distinct
  • Distant
  • Dispensable
  • Dismal
  • Disloyal
  • Disillusioned
  • Dishonest
  • Disgusting
  • Disgusted
  • Disguised
  • Disfigured
  • Discrete
  • Discreet
  • Disastrous
  • Disagreeable
  • Dirty
  • Direful
  • Direct
  • Dimwitted
  • Dimpled
  • Diminutive
  • Dim
  • Diligent
  • Dilapidated
  • Digital
  • Difficult
  • Different
  • Didactic
  • Devoted
  • Devilish
  • Determined
  • Detailed
  • Despicable
  • Deserted
  • Descriptive
  • Deranged
  • Depressed
  • Depraved
  • Dependent
  • Dependable
  • Dental
  • Dense
  • Demonic
  • Demanding
  • Delirious
  • Delightful
  • Delicious
  • Delicate
  • Delectable
  • Delayed
  • Definite
  • Deficient
  • Defiant
  • Defensive
  • Defenceless
  • Defective
  • Defeated
  • Deeply
  • Deep
  • Decorous
  • Decisive
  • Decimal
  • Decent
  • Deceitful
  • Decayed
  • Debonair
  • Dearest
  • Dear
  • Deafening
  • Deadpan
  • Deadly
  • Dead
  • Dazzling
  • Dashing
  • Darling
  • Dark
  • Daring
  • Dapper
  • Dapper
  • Dangerous
  • Damp
  • Damaging
  • Damaged
  • Daily
  • Daffy

Adjectives that Start with D with Examples

Learn adjectives that start with D with example sentences.

  • Have you ever been around a dysfunctional family?
  • The paradox is that the region’s most dynamic economies have the most primitive financial systems.
  • She was a complaisant wife and dutiful daughter.
  • It was high summer. The trees were dusty and the rivers were dry.
  • The countryside was flat, dull and uninteresting.
  • The bridge has a dual role, carrying both road and rail.
  • When the paint is completely dry, apply another coat.
  • Drunk drivers are a menace to everyone.
  • He is 61, with white hair and a droopy moustache.
  • She had spent another dreary day in the office.
  • The announcement had a dramatic effect on house prices.
  • Nothing like a consolation for a dreary, drafty meal.
  • To some, this situation cries out for draconian measures to inject more competition.
  • The landscape is drab and infested with brick ovens.
  • It’s not just stupid-it’s downright dangerous.
  • I am doubtful whether she is still alive.
  • We reserved a double room.
  • No doubt the woman thought him a concerned, doting husband.
  • I feel really dopey, and I’ve had a headache all day.
  • My mother has a very domineering personality.
  • He felt sick and dizzy and then passed out.
  • Thus, contemporary ontological debates relating to the photograph are divergent.
  • Police are very disturbed about the latest trend.
  • She was too exhausted and distressed to talk about the tragedy.
  • His distraught parents were being comforted by relatives.
  • The announcement was so distorted that I couldn’t understand what was said.
  • What had seemed impossible now seemed a distinct possibility.
  • The mountains rolled away to a distant horizon.
  • All those people in the middle are dispensable.
  • He felt dismal after reading a piece of bad news in the newspaper.
  • He was accused of being disloyal to the government.
  • Her book is the testimony of a disillusioned woman.
  • dishonest action like that will degrade you.
  • The kitchen was in a disgusting state when she left.
  • I’m disgusted with the way that he was treated.
  • disguised the spots on my face with make-up.
  • Her good name was disfigured by instances of favouritism.
  • The picture consists of a lot of discrete spots of colour.
  • We must be extremely discreet; my husband suspects something.
  • Her investment had disastrous consequences: she lost everything she owned.
  • It never rendered him mean or even disagreeable.
  • She immersed her dirty clothes in soapy water.
  • What mind is there that does not shrink from its direful effects?
  • Now, however, it seems even the dimwitted Amphi staff is beginning to get the picture.
  • She noticed a diminutive figure standing at the entrance.
  • Teachers are often compared to diligent gardeners.
  • The house is very dilapidated but it has possibilities.
  • No conversion from analogue to digital data is needed.
  • The surrounding mountains make the city difficult to evacuate.
  • The republic is a melting pot of different nationalities.
  • I don’t like her didactic way of explaining everything.
  • Insufficient resources have been devoted to the health service.
  • A battlefield for every devilish emotion known to man.
  • He launched a determined attack on academic criticism.
  • detailed list of our publications is available on request.
  • From beginning to end his conduct had been despicable and wicked.
  • Ingrid darted across the deserted street.
  • Each work is prefaced by a descriptive note and concludes with an author’s note.
  • Traffic was stopped by a deranged man shouting at the sky.
  • This failure leaves the child depressed and frustrated.
  • His latest book is a delightful children’s tale about talking animals.

Adjectives that Start with E

List of Adjectives that Start with E

  • Exultant
  • Exuberant
  • Extroverted
  • Extra-small
  • Extraneous
  • Extra-large
  • Extensive
  • Expert
  • Experienced
  • Expensive
  • Exotic
  • Exhilarated
  • Exhausted
  • Exemplary
  • Exclusive
  • Exciting
  • Excited
  • Excitable
  • Excellent
  • Exasperated
  • Exalted
  • Evil
  • Every
  • Everlasting
  • Evergreen
  • Even
  • Evasive
  • Evanescent
  • Euphoric
  • Ethical
  • Ethereal
  • Esteemed
  • Essential
  • Erratic
  • Erect
  • Equatorial
  • Equal
  • Equable
  • Envious
  • Entire
  • Enthusiastic
  • Entertaining
  • Enraged
  • Enormous
  • Enlightened
  • Energetic
  • Endurable
  • Encouraging
  • Enchanting
  • Enchanted
  • Empty
  • Emotional
  • Eminent
  • Embellished
  • Embarrassed
  • Emaciated
  • Elliptical
  • Elite
  • Elfin
  • Elementary
  • Elegant
  • Electric
  • Elderly
  • Elated
  • Elastic
  • Elaborate
  • Eight
  • Efficient
  • Efficacious
  • Educated
  • Edible
  • Ecstatic
  • Economic
  • Eatable
  • Easy-going
  • Easy
  • Earthy
  • Earsplitting
  • Earnest
  • Early
  • Eager
  • Each

Adjectives that Start with E with Examples

Learn adjectives that start with E with example sentences.

  • It was an exultant feeling, climbing on to the rostrum, waving to the crowd and receiving my medal.
  • Young and exuberant, he symbolises Italy’s new vitality.
  • She was as naturally extroverted as Paul was painfully introverted.
  • Coughs and extraneous noises can be edited out.
  • Her knowledge of English grammar is very extensive.
  • Her lawyer seemed very knowledgeable and experienced.
  • The company is backtracking from its more expensive plans.
  • There are some exotic words in the English language.
  • He felt strangely exhilarated by the brisk, blue morning.
  • I feel exhausted, but also triumphant.
  • Underpinning this success has been an exemplary record of innovation.
  • They had exclusive possession of the property as tenants.
  • He concentrated his pupils and declared the exciting news.
  • Steve flies home tomorrow – we’re all really excited.
  • The horses have easily excitable nervous systems.
  • I must congratulate you on your excellent exam results.
  • He’s becoming increasingly exasperated with the situation.
  • I wish someone would invent the everlasting light bulb.
  • Many of these plants are evergreen, so you can enjoy them all year round.
  • His evasive reply prompted me to ask another question.
  • Talk is evanescent, writing leaves footprints.
  • It isn’t even euphoric, it’s just very, very weird.
  • Is it ethical to promote cigarettes through advertising?
  • Peden was greatly esteemed by the people of Ayrshire.
  • Patience is an essential attribute for a teacher.
  • Irrigation measures will be necessary for areas of erratic rainfall.
  • But not too hot – not equatorial or anything.
  • Don’t you think that both views have equal validity?
  • The south of the country enjoys an equable climate.
  • She was envious of her sister’s new fashionable dress.
  • Romeo left the stage, to enthusiastic applause.
  • He tried to make his speech more entertaining.
  • Liszt’s piano music presents an enormous technical challenge.
  • The king was regarded as having been an enlightened despot.
  • The bed should be practical, endurable, comfortable and safe.
  • I received an encouraging response to my advertisement.

Adjectives that Start with F

List of Adjectives that Start with F

  • Fuzzy
  • Futuristic
  • Fussy
  • Furtive
  • Furry
  • Funny
  • Functional
  • Fumbling
  • Full
  • Frustrating
  • Fruitful
  • Frugal
  • Frozen
  • Frothy
  • Frosty
  • Front
  • Frizzy
  • Frivolous
  • Frilly
  • Frigid
  • Frightening
  • Frightened
  • Friendly
  • Fretful
  • Fresh
  • Frequent
  • French
  • Freezing
  • Free
  • Frayed
  • Frantic
  • Frank
  • Frail
  • Fragrant
  • Fragile
  • Four
  • Fortunate
  • Forthright
  • Forsaken
  • Formal
  • Forked
  • Forgetful
  • Foregoing
  • Forceful
  • Foolish
  • Foolhardy
  • Fond
  • Focused
  • Foamy
  • Fluttering
  • Flustered
  • Fluid
  • Fluffy
  • Flowery
  • Floppy
  • Flippant
  • Flimsy
  • Flickering
  • Flawless
  • Flawed
  • Flat
  • Flashy
  • Flamboyant
  • Flaky
  • Flagrant
  • Fixed
  • Five
  • Fitting
  • Firsthand
  • First
  • Firm
  • Finished
  • Finicky
  • Fine
  • Filthy
  • Fierce
  • Fickle
  • Few
  • Festive
  • Fertile
  • Feminine
  • Female
  • Feline
  • Feisty
  • Feigned
  • Feeble
  • Fearless
  • Fearful
  • Favourite
  • Favourable
  • Faulty
  • Fatherly
  • Fatal
  • Fat
  • Fast
  • Fascinated
  • Far-off
  • Far-flung
  • Faraway
  • Far
  • Fantastic
  • Fancy
  • Fanatical
  • Famous
  • Familiar
  • False
  • Fallacious
  • Fake
  • Faithful
  • Fair
  • Faint
  • Failing
  • Faded
  • Fabulous

Adjectives that Start with F with Examples

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  • Is the picture always fuzzy on your TV?
  • The theatre is a futuristic steel and glass structure.
  • Our teacher is very fussy about punctuation.
  • I saw him cast a furtive glance at the woman at the table to his right.
  • Your belly is very furry and quite sweet.
  • It’s funny how people always remember him.
  • The office was large and functional rather than welcoming.
  • She watched their fumbling efforts with wry amusement.
  • Reading makes a full man, meditation a profound man, discourse a clear man.
  • I’m pretty desk-bound, which is very frustrating.
  • May you have a long and fruitful marriage.
  • They lived a very frugal existence, avoiding all luxuries.
  • They skated over the frozen lake.
  • Order a frothy cappuccino and sit back and relax.
  • Be careful – the pavements are very frosty.
  • He braked suddenly, causing the front wheels to skid.
  • Mrs Marriot was an old woman with frizzy red hair and no teeth.
  • I feel like doing something completely frivolous today.
  • He needed only a mob cap and frilly apron to complete the image.
  • There was a frigid atmosphere in the room.
  • I had a frightening encounter with a poisonous snake.
  • It’s totally irrational, but I’m frightened of mice.
  • We employ friendly and knowledgeable staff.
  • My brother is fretful because he is cutting his teeth.
  • She gave fresh momentum to the campaign.
  • She enjoyed the frequent visits from her grandchildren.
  • In the Antarctic, the temperature rarely rises above freezing point.
  • The temperature dropped below freezing point this afternoon.
  • free man obtains knowledge from many sources 1 besides books.
  • Let’s go back. Your parents must be getting frantic by now.
  • He was completely frank with her about what happened.
  • The air was fragrant with the smell of orange blossoms.
  • The nurse was handling his fragile emotions very carefully.
  • The youth was fortunate in having understanding parents.
  • More than 80 older men and women have forsaken retirement to help at local schools.
  • Sports clothes are not appropriate for a formal wedding.
  • She has become very forgetful in recent years.
  • The ambassador made forceful representations to the White House.
  • I thought the whole idea was just a foolish and dangerous delusion.
  • She seems genuinely fond of the children.
  • Whisk the egg whites until they are foamy but not stiff.
  • A straightforward talk is better than a flowery speech.
  • Bloodhounds have drooping eyes and floppy ears.
  • The flimsy structure of the vehicle could not withstand even mild impacts.
  • Hooker didn’t squander his money on flashy cars or other vices.
  • He is the most finicky eaters I’ve ever met.
  • The boss was fearful of his secretary’s anger.
  • Hollywood’s favourite actor was modest about his latest triumph.
  • My first impression of him was favourable.
  • Even moderate amounts of the drug can be fatal.
  • Some people like fat meat, whereas others hate it.
  • You are taking a big risk of driving so fast.
  • I’m fascinated by the trivia of everyday life.
  • She made a fantastic clay model of her dog.
  • We have lost fanatical pride and unyielding and principled.

Adjectives that Start with G

List of Adjectives that Start with G

  • Gainful
  • Gamy
  • Gaping
  • Gargantuan
  • Garrulous
  • Gaseous
  • Gaudy
  • General
  • Generous
  • Gentle
  • Genuine
  • Ghastly
  • Giant
  • Giddy
  • Gifted
  • Gigantic
  • Glamorous
  • Glaring
  • Gleaming
  • Gleeful
  • Glib
  • Glistening
  • Glittering
  • Gloomy
  • Glorious
  • Glossy
  • Glum
  • Godly
  • Golden
  • Good
  • Good-natured
  • Goofy
  • Gorgeous
  • Graceful
  • Gracious
  • Grand
  • Grandiose
  • Grandiose
  • Granular
  • Grateful
  • Gratis
  • Grave
  • Gray
  • Greasy
  • Great
  • Greedy
  • Green
  • Gregarious
  • Grey
  • Grieving
  • Grim
  • Grimy
  • Gripping
  • Grizzled
  • Groovy
  • Gross
  • Grotesque
  • Grouchy
  • Growing
  • Growling
  • Grown
  • Grubby
  • Gruesome
  • Grumpy
  • Guarded
  • Guiltless
  • Guilty
  • Gullible
  • Gummy
  • Gusty
  • Guttural

Adjectives that Start with G with Examples

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  • Some of us actually have gainful employment.
  • Food pairing: It is suitable for gamy meat and blue cheese.
  • The antelope could not escape the crocodile’s gaping jaws.
  • Right away, I realized this was a mistake of gargantuan proportions.
  • They represent instead the definition of a garrulous efficiency in service of a self-destructive goal of global domination.
  • Water exists in three states: liquid, gaseous, and solid.
  • She wore a gaudy costume to the party.
  • The discussion will be confined largely to general principles.
  • They are generous although they are poor.
  • She gave him a gentle push towards the door.
  • This medal is made of genuine gold.
  • There is concern that the giant panda will soon become extinct.
  • The kids were pushing the roundabout at a giddy speed.
  • She was a gifted teacher who never talked down to her students.
  • The problem was beginning to take on gigantic proportions.
  • glamorous life is quite different from a life of luxury.
  • There were several glaring inconsistencies in his report.
  • The house was gleaming with fresh white paint.
  • Payno was gleeful, for his idea was a good one.
  • You are certainly blessed with a glib tongue.
  • Darcy’s face was white and glistening with sweat.
  • Squalor and poverty lay behind the city’s glittering facade.
  • I’m haunted with gloomy thoughts and sad memories.
  • One crowded hour of glorious life is worth an age without a name.
  • Prints are available on matt or glossy paper.
  • She was very glum and was obviously missing her children.
  • Born to godly parents, Mel left home at fifteen and joined the Navy.
  • Love can turn the cottage into a golden palace.
  • A bad compromise is better than a good lawsuit.
  • Ben says his father was good-natured, a man not quickly roused to anger or harsh opinions.
  • Now, what do you say to a goofy question like that?
  • His paintings are a kaleidoscope of gorgeous colours.
  • His movements were so graceful they seemed effortless.
  • I’ll be greatly honoured by your gracious presence.
  • The wedding was a very grand occasion.
  • He could no longer live the grandiose lifestyle to which he had become accustomed.
  • He’s always producing grandiose plans that never work.
  • We observe no evidence for granular superconductivity.
  • We are grateful for your inquiry of May 23, 1998.
  • He expressed grave concern at American attitudes.
  • The mud is smooth, grey, soft, and plastic as butter.
  • The sink was piled high with greasy dishes.
  • The custom then is the great guide of human life. 
  • He looked at the gold with greedy eyes.
  • They painted the bathroom a yucky green colour.
  • Holmes was gregarious, a great wit, a man of wide interests.
  • She was dressed in grey and looked suitably subdued.
  • She is still grieving for her dead husband.
  • His expression was grim when he told them they had lost their jobs.
  • Chris was in a grimy apron, sweeping up.
  • It was difficult to see through the grimy windows of the cafe.
  • Her latest novel is a gripping murder mystery.
  • She was wearing groovy shoes.
  •  ‘A little strange” is a gross understatement.
  • She was sacked last year for gross misconduct.
  • She has become a grotesque parody of her former elegant self.
  • Sometimes she is grouchy, but all in all, she is an excellent teacher.
  • Don’t feel bad growing old. I am right behind you.
  • Her stomach was growling with hunger.
  • Don’t wipe your grubby hands on my clean towel!
  • Mass murders hold a gruesome fascination for the public.
  • She understands why I get tired and grumpy.
  • The result was a gummy, rubbery cake with a slick of moisture on top.

Adjectives that Start with H

List of Adjectives that Start with H

  1. Habitual
  2. Hairy
  3. Half
  4. Hallowed
  5. Halting
  6. Handmade
  7. Handsome
  8. Handy
  9. Hanging
  10. Hapless
  11. Happy
  12. Happy-go-lucky
  13. Hard
  14. Hard-to-find
  15. Harebrained
  16. Harmful
  17. Harmless
  18. Harmonious
  19. Harsh
  20. Hasty
  21. Hateful
  22. Haunting
  23. Heady
  24. Healthy
  25. Heartbreaking
  26. Heartfelt
  27. Hearty
  28. Heavenly
  29. Heavy
  30. Hefty
  31. Hellish
  32. Helpful
  33. Helpless
  34. Hesitant
  35. Hidden
  36. Hideous
  37. High
  38. Highfalutin
  39. High-level
  40. High-pitched
  41. Hilarious
  42. Hissing
  43. Historical
  44. Hoarse
  45. Holistic
  46. Hollow
  47. Homeless
  48. Homely
  49. Honest
  50. Honorable
  51. Honored
  52. Hopeful
  53. Horrible
  54. Horrific
  55. Hospitable
  56. Hot
  57. Huge
  58. Hulking
  59. Humble
  60. Humdrum
  61. Humiliating
  62. Humming
  63. Humongous
  64. Humorous
  65. Hungry
  66. Hurried
  67. Hurt
  68. Hurtful
  69. Hushed
  70. Husky
  71. Hypnotic
  72. Hysterical

Adjectives that Start with H with Examples

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  • If bad posture becomes habitual, you risk long-term effects.
  • She’s very hairy for a woman.
  • Shyness made the boy speak in a halting manner.
  • They sell pottery and other handmade goods.
  • The handsome young man excited affection in a girl.
  • A good tool-box is a handy thing to have in the house.
  • Many children are hapless victims of this war.
  • The surest way to be happy is to be busy.
  • He was a big, happy-go-lucky jovial chap, ever smiling and pleasant.
  •  It’s hard to bend an iron bar.
  • Those who place more highly skilled or hard-to-find employees earn more.
  • We should stop factories from producing harmful gases.
  • Those who think this is a harmless recreational drug should wise up.
  • Their harmonious relationship resulted in part from their similar goals.
  • Expulsion from school is a harsh form of punishment.
  • They shouldn’t have made such a hasty decision.
  • hateful person is one that arouses feelings of hatred in you.
  • The carol has a primitive strength and haunting simplicity.
  • The flowers give off a heady scent at night.
  • May you both live a long and healthy life.
  • There is a heartbreaking news report about starving children.
  • The album is a heartfelt cry, redolent of a time before radio and television.
  • He gave his brother a hearty slap on the back to congratulate him.
  • Several villages have been isolated by the heavy snowfall.
  • If he is found guilty he faces a hefty fine.
  • Meantime the hellish tattoo of the heart increased.
  • The worst part is being helpless to change anything.
  • She was hesitant about coming forward with her story.
  • She saw a hideous face at the window and screamed.
  • The structure had keeled over in the high winds.
  • It is a mistake to use highfalutin language when you advertise to uneducated people.
  • No sane person would accept a high-level job there.
  • The equipment sent out a regular high-pitched signal.
  • Of course everyone else thought it was hilarious!
  • You must place these events in their historical context.
  • This principle plays on the holistic nature of systems.
  • They regarded those homeless children with great sympathy.
  • An honest man doesn’t do anything underhand.
  • My father didn’t think acting was an honorable profession.
  • The attendant should make the patient happy and hopeful.
  • One wheel makes a horrible squeaking noise.
  • There were some very horrific injuries amongst them.
  • Her neighbours spoke of her as kindly and hospitable.
  • They had to accustom themselves to the hot weather.
  • He rose from humble beginnings to great wealth.
  • So you don’t think I’m making a humongous mistake?

Learn more with a list of adjectives that start with J in English.

Adjectives that Start with I

List of Adjectives that Start with I

  • Icky
  • Icy
  • Ideal
  • Idealistic
  • Identical
  • Idiotic
  • Idle
  • Idolized
  • Ignorant
  • Ill
  • Illegal
  • Ill-fated
  • Ill-informed
  • Illiterate
  • Illustrious
  • Imaginary
  • Imaginative
  • Immaculate
  • Immaterial
  • Immediate
  • Immense
  • Imminent
  • Impartial
  • Impassioned
  • Impeccable
  • Imperfect
  • Imperturbable
  • Impish
  • Impolite
  • Important
  • Imported
  • Impossible
  • Impractical
  • Impressionable
  • Impressive
  • Improbable
  • Impure
  • Inborn
  • Incandescent
  • Incomparable
  • Incompatible
  • Incompetent
  • Incomplete
  • Inconclusive
  • Inconsequential
  • Incredible
  • Indelible
  • Indolent
  • Industrious
  • Inexpensive
  • Inexperienced
  • Infamous
  • Infantile
  • Infatuated
  • Inferior
  • Infinite
  • Informal
  • Innate
  • Innocent
  • Inquisitive
  • Insecure
  • Insidious
  • Insignificant
  • Insistent
  • Instinctive
  • Instructive
  • Insubstantial
  • Intelligent
  • Intent
  • Intentional
  • Interesting
  • Internal
  • International
  • Intrepid
  • Intrigued
  • Invincible
  • Irate
  • Ironclad
  • Irresponsible
  • Irritable
  • Irritating
  • Itchy

Adjectives that Start with I with Examples

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  • She could feel something icky on her fingers.
  • He hesitated before diving into the icy water.
  • The hotel is ideal for families with young children.
  • I don’t think her idealistic plans will ever materialize.
  • This is the identical room we stayed in last year.
  • I am rather chary of making too many idiotic mistakes.
  • He is both idolized and despised within the Union movement.
  • For a cultivated man to be ignorant of foreign languages is a great inconvenience.
  • An ill marriage is a spring of ill fortune.
  • It is illegal to intercept radio messages.
  • Of course, yes, the ill-fated visitor, the peripatetic guest.
  • Most of the comments came from ill-informed spectators.
  • A surprising percentage of the population is illiterate.
  • He enjoyed a long and illustrious career as a radio producer.
  • As she listened, she played an imaginary piano on her knees.
  • The house was always decorated with imaginative flower arrangements.
  • The immaculate state of the garden bears testament to a lifetime’s effort.
  • The condition of the car is quite immaterial as long as it works.
  • These tragic incidents have had an immediate effect.
  • They made an immense improvement in English.
  • The ancient abbey was in imminent danger of collapse.
  • Reporters must be impartial and not show political bias.
  • He gave vent to his feelings in an impassioned speech.
  • He was dressed in a suit and an impeccable white shirt.
  • Soot is usually the product of the imperfect combustion of fuel.
  • She was one of those imperturbable people who never get angry or upset.
  • He takes an impish delight in shocking the press.
  • He wasn’t just impolite — he was downright rude.
  • Because friendships enhance our lives, it is important to cultivate them.
  • The new government imposed a special tax on imported wines.
  • It is impossible to defeat an ignorant man in argument.
  • The ideas of a visionary may seem impractical to us.
  • The law is intended to protect young and impressionable viewers.
  • Cutting the budget was an impressive accomplishment.
  • It seems improbable that the current situation will continue.
  • A beautiful species preserved in an impure limestone.
  • The cuisine is incomparable and the cellars are treasure houses of vintage after vintage of superb wines.
  • They feel strongly that their religion is incompatible with the political system.
  • Lazy and incompetent police officers are letting the public down.
  • The clearing of rubbish and drains is still incomplete.
  • The evidence against the two men was inconclusive.
  • Both stand for precisely the same inconsequential things.
  • The difference between the internet and reality is so incredible.
  • The scandal entailed on the government indelible disgrace.
  • And then Bourbollon, that indolent fool, would launch military expeditions to retake the other five planets.
  • We, Chinese people, are brave and industrious.
  • The houses are small and inexpensive, ideal for first-time buyers.
  • We were a pretty inexperienced bunch of people really.
  • This area is infamous for drugs and prostitution.
  •  This kind of humour is infantile and boring.
  • John had become infatuated with the French teacher.
  • Her obvious popularity made me feel inferior.
  • The two groups agreed to hold an informal meeting.
  • Don’t be so inquisitive. It’s none of your business!

Adjectives that Start with J

List of Adjectives that Start with J

  1. Jacksonian
  2. Jacobean
  3. Jaded
  4. Jadish
  5. Jagged
  6. Jaggy
  7. Jain
  8. Jainist
  9. Jake
  10. Jamaican
  11. Jamesian
  12. Jammed
  13. Jam-packed
  14. Jangling
  15. Japanese
  16. Jarring
  17. Jaunty
  18. Javanese
  19. Jawless
  20. Jazzy
  21. Jealous
  22. Jeering
  23. Jeez
  24. Jejune
  25. Jellied
  26. Jellylike
  27. Jerking
  28. Jerkwater
  29. Jerky
  30. Jessant
  31. Jester
  32. Jestful
  33. Jesting
  34. Jesuit
  35. Jesuitic
  36. Jesuitical
  37. Jet
  38. Jetting
  39. Jewelled
  40. Jewish
  41. Jiggish
  42. Jigjog
  43. Jihadi
  44. Jilted
  45. Jingoistic
  46. Jinxed
  47. Jittery
  48. Jobbing
  49. Jobless
  50. Jocose
  51. Jocular
  52. Jocund
  53. Joined
  54. Joint
  55. Jokey
  56. Joking
  57. Jolly
  58. Jolted
  59. Jolting
  60. Jolty
  61. Jordanian
  62. Journalistic
  63. Jovial
  64. Jovian
  65. Jowly
  66. Joyful
  67. Joyless
  68. Joyous
  69. Joysome
  70. Jubilant
  71. Judaic
  72. Judaical
  73. Judgmental
  74. Judicable
  75. Judicial
  76. Judicious
  77. Jugular
  78. Juiceless
  79. Juicy
  80. Julian
  81. Jumbled
  82. Jumbo
  83. Jumentous
  84. Jumpy
  85. Jungian
  86. Jungly
  87. Junior
  88. Junliant
  89. Junoesque
  90. Jural
  91. Jurassic
  92. Juridic
  93. Juridical
  94. Juristic
  95. Just
  96. Justifiable
  97. Justified
  98. Jutting
  99. Juvenile
  100. Juxtaposed

Adjectives that Start with J with Examples

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  • The missile had torn a jagged hole in the side of the ship.
  • Drive through pixellating smoke effects and jaggy shadows!
  • 1. After I read about this Jainist suicide, I realized how good it sounds.
  • The place was jam-packed with tourists.
  • Covered with paint and jangling jewellery, a real mess, she was.
  • The city bears the imprint of Japanese investment.
  • There was a jarring note of triumph in his voice.
  • Peter Webster, forty-seven, is a jaunty, jolly fellow.
  • Americans a melodic, jazzy way of producing sounds.
  • Danny could be very jealous and possessive about me.
  • jeering, bottle-throwing crowd chased reporters away.
  • We were surprised by their jejune responses to our problems.
  • It felt like “a wet, jellylike bag of hyperactive worms”.
  • Look, the old man’s limbs are jerking.
  • I grew up in a jerkwater town in the middle of nowhere.
  • She sensed that underneath his jesting ways there ran true feeling.
  • It was the most philosophic and Jesuitical motorman.
  • Where would dangerous jihadi factions in Libya come from?
  • The press continued its jingoistic display.
  • It was probably the tension that made him jittery.
  • She employs a jobbing gardener to keep the garden tidy.
  • I was appalled to hear his jovialjocular style.
  • The summit ended with a joint pledge to limit pollution.
  • Dave was a sweet man, very jokey about everything.
  • I know she is joking because she has a big grin on her face.
  • The train stopped unexpectedly and we were jolted forwards.
  • One jolting tackle and the link was made with the big screen’s violent he-man.
  • Both reporters cut their journalistic teeth on the same provincial newspaper.
  • Michael was in a jovial and optimistic mood.
  • Several different atmospheric constituents can form clouds in the Jovian atmosphere.
  • Strive to make every day joyful and meaningful.
  • Throughout there was a joyless kind of determination never to be proved wrong.
  • You must try not to be so judgmental about people.
  • Bias against women permeates every level of the judicial system.
  • Some dishes would be very bland without the judicious use of spices and other seasonings.
  • Hush! The boss is quite mad. He said he’s going to fire any juiceless player.
  • The birds come searching for juicy worms and grubs.
  • The considerations here are not so much juridical as ethical.
  • Article 2 A labour union shall be a juristic person.
  • The cutbacks are justifiable on the grounds of cost.
  • In my opinion, the decision was wholly justified.
  • The defendant appeared at the juvenile court yesterday.
  • In the exhibition, abstract paintings are juxtaposed with shocking photographs.

Adjectives that Start with K

List of Adjectives that Start with K

  • Keyless
  • Keeled
  • Kept
  • Keynesian
  • Keen
  • Key
  • Kempt
  • Keyed
  • Killable
  • Kind
  • Kindred
  • Kingly
  • Kittenish
  • Kindhearted
  • Kinesthetic
  • Kinky
  • Kin
  • Kindled
  • Kinetic
  • Kiplingesque
  • Kinaesthetic
  • Kindly
  • Kinglike
  • Kitschy
  • Knackered
  • Knitted
  • Knockabout
  • Knotty
  • Known
  • Knavish
  • Knobbed
  • Knockdown
  • Knowable
  • Knifelike
  • Knobbly
  • Knightly
  • Knobby
  • Knotted
  • Knowledgeable
  • Kokka
  • Korean
  • Kookie
  • Kosher
  • Kooky
  • Kyphotic
  • King-size
  • Kissable
  • Klutzy
  • Kick-ass
  • Kiddyish
  • Killer
  • Kissy
  • Kampuchean
  • Kabbalistic
  • Kashmiri
  • Kantian
  • Katabatic
  • Kayoed
  • Katabolic
  • Katari
  • Koranic
  • Kenyan
  • Kurdish
  • Kyrgyzstani
  • Kuwaiti
  • Kentuckian
  • Knucklehead
  • Knocked-up
  • Knee-deep
  • Kneaded
  • King
  • Kid-like
  • Kicking
  • Kibbled
  • Khaki
  • Kept-up
  • Kaput
  • Kaleidoscopic

Adjectives that Start with K with Examples

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  • Expanding sleeve and keyless connection device is a new type of connection device.
  • He was kept in custody for his own safety.
  • Real wage cuts, by reducing aggregate demand, raise the level of Keynesian unemployment.
  • She’s very keen to learn about Japanese culture.
  • Teamwork is a key feature of the training programme.
  • I dreamt that my hair was kempt.
  • The audience was keyed up for her performance.
  • Personally, I feel that a combination of 2-4 players burning down a pet in a well-coordinated burst or controlled situation is when pets should be easily killable.
  • His cruelty belied his kind words.
  • We immediately realized that we were kindred spirits.
  • From it stepped a very large, virile and kingly figure.
  • I think at that time, everybody is kittenish to the leader, dare not forward crosscurrent.
  • The kindhearted view is the basic concept of Islam.
  • Then when you ask a question, if you’re kinesthetic you’ll get a feeling of going left or right.
  • Perversion also shows up in kinky telephone cords.
  • Her imagination was kindled by the exciting stories her grandmother told her.
  • These are kinetic energy and potential energy.
  • This is also a great activity for your kinaesthetic learners.
  • Would you kindly close the window?
  • More and more people bred this kinglike Arowana, which was the food source of the local people 50 years ago.
  • I’m too knackered to go out this evening.
  • She wore a shapeless knitted garment.
  • She met with a lot of knotty problems.
  • There was something quite knavish in the man’s attitude.
  • Answering the second should depend on knowable facts.
  • Beyond four knifelike walls, a new life for him waited vaguely.
  • Holford House now had a knobbly look, the immense chimneys standing inside roofless walls, covered in thick blankets of ivy.
  • But such knightly combats, whether chivalrously conducted or not, were in fact only a very small part of the war.
  • During the day, I’d perch on a knobby redwood buff and toss pieces of bark into a bucket.
  • Her lawyer seemed very knowledgeable and experienced.
  • I will stand by them, and I won’t walk out just because they do kookie things.
  • She’s got this kooky, high-pitched voice.
  • Furthermore, posterior laminectomy will increase kyphotic deformity and instability.
  • My room’s too narrow for a king-size bed.
  • Darling, you look so kissable tonight.
  • I am really klutzy on the dance floor. It’s like I have two left feet and no rhythm.
  • To celebrate the LP’s birthday, Wired.com’s staff compiled the following list of stellar albums featuring mind-bending graphics and kick-ass inserts.
  • When he picked up, a wriggly kissy puppy, I saw tension ease from my father’s face.
  • In one feeding centre, the room for the dead had become a Koranic school for young children.

Adjectives that Start with L

List of Adjectives that Start with L

  • Lyrical
  • Lying
  • Luxurious
  • Luxuriant
  • Lustrous
  • Lush
  • Lumpy
  • Luminous
  • Lumbering
  • Ludicrous
  • Lucky
  • Loyal
  • Lowly
  • Low
  • Loving
  • Lovely
  • Lovable
  • Loutish
  • Loud
  • Lost
  • Lopsided
  • Long-term
  • Longing
  • Long
  • Lonely
  • Lone
  • Loathsome
  • Living
  • Livid
  • Lively
  • Little
  • Literate
  • Liquid
  • Linear
  • Limping
  • Limp
  • Limited
  • Likeable
  • Like
  • Likable
  • Lighthearted
  • Light
  • Lewd
  • Level
  • Lethal
  • Legitimate
  • Legal
  • Left
  • Learned
  • Lean
  • Leafy
  • Leading
  • Lazy
  • Lawful
  • Lavish
  • Laughable
  • Late
  • Lasting
  • Last
  • Large
  • Lanky
  • Languid
  • Lamentable
  • Lame
  • Lacking
  • Lackadaisical
  • Laboured

Adjectives that Start with L with Examples

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  • She wrote an almost lyrical account of her childhood.
  • It’s not a luxurious apartment by any means but it’s livable in.
  • Hair that’s thick and luxuriant needs regular trimming.
  • His hands now were lustrous with silvery scales flaking off ugly patches of red.
  • The fields were lush with grass and flowers.
  • The fingers were gnarled, lumpy, with long, curving nails suggestive of animal claws.
  • My watch has a luminous dial so I can see it in the dark.
  • He looked straight ahead and overtook a lumbering lorry.
  • The plot was so simple, it was almost ludicrous.
  • You’re very lucky to be alive after that accident.
  • Ross was his most constant and loyal friend.
  • Unemployment can cause feelings of inadequacy and low self-esteem.
  • The children are very tactile with warm, loving natures.
  • We thanked our hosts for the lovely evening.
  • His vulnerability makes him even more lovable.
  • Dick suddenly changed from a well – behaved child into a loutish adolescent.
  • Her acrobatics were greeted with loud applause.
  • His suit had shoulders that made him look lopsided.
  • It is difficult to make long-term forecasts for a fast-growing industry.
  • She was longing for some peace and privacy.
  • He should have a long spoon that sups with the devil.
  • The lonely student is starving for friendship.
  • The attack was carried out by a lone gunman in a crowded shopping centre.
  • There are but three ways of living: by working, by stealing, or by begging.
  • She was absolutely livid that he had lied.
  • lively person is full of life and is always doing things.
  • Into every life, a little rain must fall. 
  • Only highly literate people are capable of discussing these subjects.
  • Grease marks can be removed with liquid detergent.
  • The state variable evolves according to the linear relationship.
  • The government was limping along in its usual way.
  • He offered a limp hand to shake.
  • In life, then boring time, also are limited edition.
  • Beneath the sentimental psychobabble, there’s a likeable movie trying to get out.
  • He leans towards more lighthearted subjects in his later works.
  • A heavy purse makes a light heart.
  • He would promise to help her, making lewd suggestions.
  • The closure of the factory dealt a lethal blow to the town.
  • The army must give power back to the legitimate government.
  • We employed a lawyer to straighten our legal tangle.
  • It is a slice of beautiful meat, very lean and tender.
  • This conservatory enjoys an enviable position overlooking a leafy expanse.
  • He played a leading role in solving the problem.
  • He was wont to say that children are lazy.
  • It was lawful for the doctors to treat her in whatever way they considered was in her best interests.
  • The evening was a lavish affair with glorious food and an endless supply of champagne.
  •  If it weren’t so ludicrous, it would be laughable!
  • Prospects for lasting peace remain doubtful.
  • This medicine is poisonous if taken in large quantities.
  • He remembered the merchant, long, lanky, and lugubrious of countenance.
  • We spent a languid afternoon by the pool.
  • Labour’s record on capital spending was lamentable.
  • He has a lackadaisical approach to finding a job.
  • The movie looks laboured and slow by today’s standards.

Adjectives that Start with M

List of Adjectives that Start with M

  • Mysterious
  • Muted
  • Mute
  • Musty
  • Mushy
  • Murky
  • Mundane
  • Multicolored
  • Muffled
  • Muddy
  • Muddled
  • Mountainous
  • Motionless
  • Motherly
  • Mortified
  • Moral
  • Moody
  • Monumental
  • Monthly
  • Monstrous
  • Momentous
  • Moldy
  • Moist
  • Modest
  • Modern
  • Moaning
  • Mixed
  • Misty
  • Mistaken
  • Misguided
  • Miserly
  • Miserable
  • Miscreant
  • Minute
  • Minty
  • Minor
  • Miniature
  • Mindless
  • Milky
  • Military
  • Mild
  • Mighty
  • Metallic
  • Messy
  • Merry
  • Mere
  • Merciful
  • Menacing
  • Memorable
  • Melted
  • Melodic
  • Mellow
  • Melancholy
  • Meek
  • Medium
  • Mediocre
  • Medical
  • Meaty
  • Measly
  • Mean
  • Mealy
  • Meager
  • Mature
  • Materialistic
  • Material
  • Massive
  • Masculine
  • Marvelous
  • Married
  • Marked
  • Many
  • Maniacal
  • Mammoth
  • Malicious
  • Male
  • Makeshift
  • Major
  • Majestic
  • Magnificent
  • Magical
  • Magenta
  • Madly
  • Made-up
  • Maddening
  • Mad
  • Macho
  • Macabre

Adjectives that Start with M with Examples

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  • The distant mountains looked hazy and mysterious.
  • She gave me her hand with mute thanks.
  • The cottage had a musty smell after being shut up over the winter.
  • Cook for two minutes until soft but not mushy.
  • I turned the multicolored selector over and over again in my hands, treating the cards like rosary beads.
  • Labourers plodded home through the muddy fields.
  • The road traverses a wild and mountainous region.
  • The motionless body showed no signs of life.
  • I was mortified and hurt, but that was Andy.
  • He turns every subject into a moral discussion.
  • As a teenager, Sean was aggressive and moody.
  • The monumental inscription is scarcely readable.
  •  Your behaviour in class is monstrous!
  • His colleagues all recognized that this was a momentous occasion.
  • She chucked the moldy potatoes in the dustbin.
  • The play was given a mixed reception by the critics.
  • The island was a faint blur through the misty rain.
  • It was a simple case of mistaken identity.
  • His untidy clothes give one a misguided impression of him.
  • It is a comparison that makes men happy or miserable
  • She drinks very milky coffee with lots of sugar.
  • Use a soap that is mild on the skin.
  • There was a flash and a mighty bang.
  • Beer from a can often has a metallic taste.
  • Eventually, the session came to a merciful end.
  • Her novels are full of memorable characters.
  • There is very little melodic variation in the piece.
  • The music suited her melancholy mood.
  • He was in urgent need of medical attention.
  • He looked up and down the corridor, meaty hands resting on his thighs.
  • Christmas has become materialistic and commercial.
  • A warm house and good food are material comforts.
  • The temple is supported by massive columns.
  • The gadget is simply marvellous!
  • Don’t miss her. She is a married woman.
  • He’s always putting about malicious rumours.
  • From majestic mountains and valleys of green to crystal clear waters so blue, this wish is coming to you.
  • The twelve-mile coastline has magnificent scenery.
  • Giving up smoking had a magical effect on his stamina.
  • That’s the maddening thing about these stories.
  • The mad man came at us with a knife.

Adjectives that Start with N

List of Adjectives that Start with N

  • Nutty
  • Nutritious
  • Numerous
  • Numberless
  • Numb
  • Null
  • Noxious
  • Novelty
  • Noteworthy
  • Noted
  • Notable
  • Nosy
  • Nostalgic
  • Normal
  • Nonstop
  • Nonsensical
  • Nondescript
  • Nonchalant
  • Noisy
  • Noiseless
  • Nocturnal
  • Nippy
  • Nine
  • Nimble
  • Nifty
  • Nice
  • Next
  • New
  • Nervous
  • Neighbourly
  • Neighboring
  • Negligible
  • Neglected
  • Negative
  • Needy
  • Needless
  • Necessary
  • Nebulous
  • Neat
  • Near
  • Nautical
  • Nauseating
  • Naughty
  • Natural
  • Nasty
  • Narrow
  • Nappy
  • Naive

Adjectives that Start with N with Examples

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  • White poppy seeds have a distinctive nutty flavour.
  • Offal is now thought to be very nutritious.
  • Numerous attempts have been made to hide the truth.
  • Practically every rock outcrop shows numberless joints.
  • My fingers were numb and my whole body ached.
  • The elections were declared null and void.
  • Heavy industry pollutes our rivers with noxious chemicals.
  • Many toys have no attraction beyond their novelty value.
  • It is noteworthy that one-third of students do not pay any tuition fees.
  • Arthur was noted for the eccentricity of his clothes.
  • Getting both sides to agree was a notable achievement.
  • Many people were nostalgic for the good old days.
  • She braced herself to lead a normal life.
  • The nonstop news reports jacked up the emotions.
  • Charming, idiotic, nonsensical girls, he used to say.
  • In its least specific form, there is a nondescript clumsiness of gait.
  • It merely underlines our rather more nonchalant attitude to life.
  • Their sons are noisy and mischievous.
  • When there is a full moon, this nocturnal rodent is careful to stay in its burrow.
  • The boy was nimble and jumped clear of the truck.
  • She’s got a nice husky voice – very sexy.
  • I felt really nervous before the interview.
  • Various potentates from neighbouring islands claimed the prize.
  • The difference between the two products is negligible.
  • Never a negative acknowledge why it is impossible.
  • They awarded scholarships to needy students.
  • Give the necessary information but keep it simple.
  • So-called truth is a nebulous thing at best.
  • You’re looking very nautical in your navy blue sweater.
  • Those naughty boys have been acting up again.
  • Our skin cream contains only natural ingredients.
  • Teachers feel that the present curriculum is too narrow.

Adjectives that Start with O

List of Adjectives that Start with O

  • Overwrought
  • Overt
  • Overrated
  • Overlooked
  • Overjoyed
  • Overdue
  • Overcooked
  • Over-confident
  • Oval
  • Outstanding
  • Outrageous
  • Outlying
  • Outlandish
  • Outgoing
  • Ossified
  • Ornery
  • Ornate
  • Original
  • Organic
  • Ordinary
  • Orderly
  • Orange
  • Opulent
  • Optimistic
  • Optimal
  • Opposite
  • Open
  • Only
  • Onerous
  • One
  • Omniscient
  • Old-fashioned
  • Old
  • Oily
  • Official
  • Offensive
  • Offbeat
  • Oddball
  • Odd
  • Oceanic
  • Occasional
  • Obvious
  • Obtainable
  • Obsolete
  • Observant
  • Obsequious
  • Obscene
  • Obnoxious
  • Oblong
  • Oblivious
  • Obese
  • Obeisant
  • Obedient
  • Oafish

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  • She was in a very overwrought state after the accident.
  • He shows no overt signs of his unhappiness.
  • In my opinion, she’s a hugely overrated singer.
  • She’s been overlooked for promotion several times.
  • She was overjoyed that her article had been published.
  • The plane is overdue and has been delayed by the bad weather.
  • The potatoes were a little overcooked, but delicious all the same.
  • This is what comes of being over-confident.
  • There are many oval stones at the bottom of the stream.
  • That was a quite outstanding performance!
  • His murder was an outrageous and barbarous act.
  • Tourists can visit outlying areas like the Napa Valley Wine Country.
  • He wore an outlandish outfit of pink pants and green sneakers.
  • She is the outgoing head of a large corporation.
  • We should break the bondage of ossified thinking.
  •  But they seem to be becoming more ornery.
  • The style is ornate and highly decorative.
  • The room still has many of its original features.
  • Organic farming is no longer thought of as cranky.
  • No ordinary families can afford to hire servants.
  • This tea tasted of orange blossoms.
  • Most of the cash went on supporting his opulent lifestyle.
  • I’m very optimistic about our chances of success.
  • Is behaviour consistent with the optimal strategy?
  • Their views are at opposite extremes from each other.
  • We slept under the open sky.
  • This is the most onerous task I have ever undertaken.
  • If the centre were omniscient, none of this would matter.
  • The house was dull, old-fashioned and in bad condition.
  • Whoso learns young, forgets not when he is old.
  • The government issued an official denial of the rumour.
  • The defensive team nearly equipoised the offensive team.
  • Morris’ movies always have an offbeat sense of humour, and this one is no exception.
  • It seemed rather an odd manner of deciding things.
  • Oceanic lithosphere has a mean density rather close to that of the immediately underlying asthenosphere.
  • The weather was good except for an occasional shower.
  • The fish grows to about seven or eight inches, but smaller specimens are obtainable.
  • He was acutely observant of the poverty around him.
  • The waiter was polite and efficient, but not obsequious.
  • The men at the bar were loud and obnoxious.
  • Absorbed in her work, she was totally oblivious of her surroundings.
  • He was always obedient to his father’s wishes.

Adjectives that Start with P

List of Adjectives that Start with P

  • Puzzling
  • Puzzled
  • Putrid
  • Pushy
  • Purring
  • Purple
  • Pure
  • Puny
  • Pungent
  • Punctual
  • Pumped
  • Puffy
  • Public
  • Psychotic
  • Psychedelic
  • Prudent
  • Proud
  • Protective
  • Proper
  • Profuse
  • Profitable
  • Productive
  • Probable
  • Private
  • Pristine
  • Prime
  • Primary
  • Prickly
  • Pricey
  • Previous
  • Pretty
  • Prestigious
  • Present
  • Precious
  • Practical
  • Powerless
  • Powerful
  • Potable
  • Possible
  • Possessive
  • Positive
  • Posh
  • Portly
  • Popular
  • Poor
  • Pompous
  • Political
  • Polite
  • Polished
  • Poised
  • Pointless
  • Plush
  • Plump
  • Plucky
  • Pleasing
  • Pleased
  • Pleasant
  • Playful
  • Plausible
  • Plastic
  • Plant
  • Plaintive
  • Plain
  • Placid
  • Pitiful
  • Piquant
  • Pink
  • Piercing
  • Physical
  • Phony
  • Phobic
  • Petty
  • Petite
  • Pessimistic
  • Pesky
  • Pertinent
  • Personal
  • Perplexed
  • Perpetual
  • Permissible
  • Perky
  • Periodic
  • Perfumed
  • Perfect
  • Peppery
  • Penitent
  • Peaceful
  • Pathetic
  • Pastoral
  • Pastel
  • Past
  • Passionate
  • Partial
  • Parsimonious
  • Parched
  • Parallel
  • Panoramic
  • Panicky
  • Paltry
  • Pale
  • Palatable
  • Painstaking
  • Painful

Adjectives that Start with P with Examples

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  • His very last paintings are perhaps the most puzzling.
  • You look very puzzled about something.
  • Why did you paint the room that putrid colour?
  • The photographers were pushy and intrusive.
  • My one and only love, keep purring in my arms
  • Its large leaves often show a delicate purple tint.
  • Most of what they told us were pure fantasy.
  • Have grandiose aims but puny abilities, great ambition but little talent.
  • Nearby was a factory which exuded a pungent smell.
  • He’s always very punctual. I’ll see if he’s here yet.
  • Water from the Great Lakes is pumped to arid regions.
  • Crying only made her achy and puffy.
  • When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property.
  • She was raised by a lawyer whose psychotic behaviour centred on the girl.
  • The Psychedelics Encyclopedia lists nine families of different psychedelic drugs.
  • It is always prudent to start any exercise programme gradually at first.
  • It is a dangerous crisis when a proud heart meets with flattering lips.
  • All exposed skin should be covered with protective cream.
  • To him that does everything in its proper time, one day is worth three. 
  • She was admitted to St Mary’s Hospital with profuse bleeding.
  • Drug manufacturing is the most profitable business in America.
  • Education must be combined with productive labour.
  • It is probable that he has forgotten our appointment.
  • Guyana’s railways were previously owned by private companies.
  • He wiped his fingers on his pristine handkerchief.
  • primary school is the first school everybody goes to.
  • The hedgehog curled up in a prickly ball.
  • The Pinot Noirs on the list were too pricey.
  • The teacher examined the students in the previous lesson.
  • She’s a very charming and very pretty girl.
  • Her first novel won a prestigious literary prize.
  • Each moment in history is a fleeting time, precious and unique. 
  • Her interests are in the realm of practical politics.
  • If you don’t have money, you’re powerless.
  • powerful snowstorm is moving eastward.
  • The state has strict hygienic regulations for potable water.
  • Customers often defer payment for as long as possible.
  • She had always been possessive of her brother.
  • The negotiations have been conducted in a positive manner.
  • For centuries, quilting and patchwork have been popular needlecrafts.
  • A lamb is as dear to a poor man as an ox to the rich.
  • He’s a pompous old prig who’s totally incapable of taking a joke.
  • The conservative old guard had re-established its political supremacy.
  • Traffic police are sometimes very polite.
  • The food is served on polished tables with mats.
  • Battered budget accommodation in a plush area.
  • The nurse was a cheerful plump woman.
  • The plucky schoolgirl amazed doctors by hanging on to life for nearly two months.
  • The arrangement of the furniture formed a pleasing ensemble.
  • I’m pleased to hear about your news.
  • All my good wishes for a pleasant journey!
  • She gave him a playful cuff on the shoulder.
  • He was so plausible that he conned everybody.
  • I was sitting on a wobbly plastic chair.
  • I opened it and the plaintive song played automatically, surprising me.
  • The problem is quite plain to us.
  • It was the most pitiful sight I had ever seen.
  • Bland vegetables are often served with a piquant sauce.
  • It was a freak of mine to wear pink pyjamas.
  • He suddenly let out a piercing shriek.
  • Schools should not mete out physical punishment to children.
  • Was the card a phony card?
  • This often occurs in a phobic situation, such as a crowded noisy room, or under circumstances of tension.
  • The removal of petty restrictions has made life easier.
  • The government has issued a pessimistic economic forecast.
  • The expert made some pertinent comments on the scheme.
  • The Chinese make a point of their personal honour.
  • Religious practices are permissible under the Constitution.

List of Adjectives that Start with Q

Following is a list of all the adjectives that start with Q in the English language.

  • Queachy
  • Quaternary
  • Quakerly
  • Quotidian
  • Quartic
  • Quemeful
  • Quade
  • Quintuple
  • Quizzical
  • Quantifiable
  • Quixotic
  • Quantized
  • Quadrible
  • Quiescent
  • Quadrable
  • Quadruped
  • Quirky
  • Qatari
  • Quaky
  • Quaternate
  • Quenchable
  • Questuary
  • Quadric
  • Queer
  • Quiet
  • Quadruple
  • Quick-witted
  • Quantal
  • Qualifiable
  • Queenly
  • Quicken
  • Quivered
  • Quadrifid
  • Quadrasonic
  • Quinic
  • Quickest
  • Quieter
  • Quarried
  • Quenched
  • Quick
  • Quadruplex
  • Questionable
  • Quicklime
  • Questioning
  • Quarto
  • Quinary
  • Querulous
  • Quartan
  • Quarry
  • Quaggy
  • Queasy
  • Quadrate
  • Quarterly
  • Quiver
  • Quilted
  • Quarrelsome
  • Quebecois
  • Quartered
  • Qualitative
  • Qualified
  • Quaint
  • Quininic
  • Quietistic
  • Quondam
  • Quinovic
  • Quack
  • Quotable
  • Qualmish
  • Quietest
  • Quietus
  • Quadrifoil
  • Quicker
  • Quantitive
  • Quadratic
  • Quadrille
  • Quechuan
  • Quartzous
  • Quality
  • Quittable
  • Quadrivial
  • Quasi
  • Quartzy
  • Quicksilver
  • Quakerish
  • Queenlike
  • Quarreling
  • Quickset
  • Quakerlike
  • Quilled
  • Quirinal
  • Quartering
  • Quiddative
  • Quiname
  • Quinquefid
  • Quirked
  • Quintan
  • Quintic
  • Quirkish
  • Quick-sighted
  • Quadribasic
  • The present invention relates to a quaternary chrome series catalyst for ethylene trimerization to prepare 1-hexane.

Quotidian

  • There’s nothing quite like a real train conductor to add color to a quotidian commute.

Quartic

  • In fact, this rational quartic spline is the successful generalization of the quartic polynomial spline.

Quintuple

  • Quintupled sales with a workforce reduced by one-third would seem to brook no argument.

Quizzical

  • Blanche looked at Lancaster with a quizzical smile and did not say anything for a full ten seconds.

Quantifiable

  • Your company discloses quantifiable targets and achievements on green purchasing.

Quixotic

  • Jesse Jackson ran a quixotic campaign against Michael Dukakis in 1988.

Quantized

  • The assessment of the work could both be quantized and qualitative.

Quiescent

  • Many strikes were headed by groups of workers who had previously been fairly quiescent.

Quirky

  • Brave personal sacrifices are juxtaposed with quirky moments.

Qatari

  • Most Qatari women cover themselves, including their faces when they appear in public.

Quadric

  • A new ranging method based on quadric difference frequency is presented.

Queer

  • It’s queer that he managed to bluff his way through all the difficulties.

Quiet

  • Everything was quiet, aside from the occasional sound of a car in the distance.

Quartering

  • He swam quartering upstream, but still was swept downward rather faster than he had expected.

Quirked

  • The corners of his mouth were quirked up when I told him the good news.

Quintic

  • Center conditions and bifurcation of limit cycles at the infinity for a class of quintic polynomial systems were studied.

Quasi

  • The reasons why the quasi velocity spectrum is not appropriate for calculating blasting vibration are demonstrated.

Quicksilver

  • In private his quicksilver manner can charm colleagues or just as quickly destroy them.

Quarreling

  • The quarreling couple stood in the sitting room, eyeball to eyeball.

Quickset

  • With the quickset labels, easy to inquire about information.

Queenly

  • Why couldn’t a girl be queenly, and give the gift of herself?

Quivered

  • And now the pace slowed, leaf by leaf rose, quivered erect, and slowly descended.

Quadrifid

  • Improving the related performance indicators according to the specific Quadrifid Graph interval.

 

Adjectives that Start with R

List of Adjectives that Start with R

  • Ruthless
  • Rustic
  • Rusty
  • Rural
  • Runny
  • Rude
  • Ruddy
  • Rubbery
  • Royal
  • Rowdy
  • Round
  • Rough
  • Rotund
  • Rotten
  • Rotating
  • Rosy
  • Roomy
  • Romantic
  • Robust
  • Roasted
  • Ritzy
  • Ripe
  • Rigid
  • Rightful
  • Righteous
  • Right
  • Rich
  • Rhetorical
  • Rewarding
  • Revolving
  • Responsive
  • Responsible
  • Respectful
  • Resonant
  • Resolute
  • Required
  • Repulsive
  • Repentant
  • Remorseful
  • Reminiscent
  • Remarkable
  • Relieved
  • Reliable
  • Regular
  • Regal
  • Reflective
  • Reflecting
  • Redundant
  • Red
  • Rectangular
  • Recondite
  • Reckless
  • Receptive
  • Recent
  • Rebel
  • Reasonable
  • Realistic
  • Real
  • Ready
  • Raw
  • Ratty
  • Raspy
  • Rash
  • Rare
  • Rapid
  • Rampant
  • Rambunctious
  • Rainy
  • Ragged
  • Radiant
  • Racial
  • Rabid

Adjectives that Start with R with Examples

Learn the list of adjectives that start with R with examples.

  • Like all great survivors, she has a ruthless streak.
  • They chose a fashionably rustic look for the kitchen.
  • It’s time your rusty old bicycle was pensioned off.
  • Extreme poverty still exists in many rural areas.
  • This strawberry jam is still runny: I can’t get it to jell.
  • He dropped his trousers in a rude gesture.
  • He had a naturally ruddy complexion.
  • They leaned against each other on rubbery legs.
  • She’s very proud of her ancient royal lineage.
  • He has complained to the police about rowdy neighbours.
  • Money is round. It rolls away.
  •  Jeeps are rugged vehicles, designed for rough conditions.
  • He spoke with rotund delivery. He chose his words carefully.
  • The current in the primary winding is induced by the rotating magnet.
  • The rosy colour of her cheeks has died away.
  • The house was large and roomy; just right for us.
  • The lighting in that restaurant is soft and romantic.
  • The company is taking a more robust approach to management.
  • The chef had produced one of his most spectacular creations, a whole roasted swan.
  • Living in a ritzy hotel used to be the stuff of fantasy.
  •  The curriculum was too narrow and too rigid.
  • Every book and ornament was returned to its rightful place when we had finished painting the room.
  • Catherine appeared in the doorway, shaking with righteous anger.
  • I incline to the view that he is right.
  • It is better to live rich than to die rich.
  • He could do without her rhetorical questions at five o’clock in the morning.
  • Gardening is a very rewarding pastime.
  • The company is highly responsive to changes in demand.
  • A product manager is responsible for product profitability.
  • The children in our family are always respectful to their elders.
  • Everything was resonant with new meaning.
  • She found the idea deeply repulsive.
  • The predator must become a repentant steward.
  • His voice assumed a remorseful tone as he apologized.
  • To Ken, it was all too reminiscent of his own life in the Army, but he enjoyed the filming.
  • He made a remarkable recovery from a shin injury.
  • Judged by the ordinary standards, he was reliable.
  • She dismissed him with a regal gesture.
  •  I walked on in a reflective mood to the car.
  • There are too many redundant words in this book.
  • The orange curtains jar with the red furniture.
  • He showed a reckless disregard for his own safety.
  • He gave an impressive speech to a receptive audience.
  • They’ve lived together in reasonable harmony for many years.
  • Malcolm is a shrewd and realistic businessman.
  • It’s okay to have flaws, which makes you real.
  • Reading maketh a full man, conference a ready man, and writing an exact man.
  • We cannot guarantee adequate supplies of raw materials.
  • Mrs Kulass put on a ratty fur coat, a shabby felt hat, and put her hands inside an old muff.
  • Her voice was raspy with nicotine and whiskey.
  • It would be rash to rely on such evidence.
  • In Los Angeles, a pedestrian is a rare spectacle.
  • They asked their questions in rapid succession.
  • Maybe he encouraged my rambunctious behaviour.
  • Live within your means and save for a rainy day.
  • On her wedding day, the bride looked truly radiant.
  • Such jokes tend to reinforce racial stereotypes.

 

 

 

Adjectives that Start with S

List of Adjectives that Start with S

  • Synonymous
  • Symptomatic
  • Sympathetic
  • Swift
  • Sweltering
  • Sweet
  • Sweaty
  • Swanky
  • Svelte
  • Suspicious
  • Surprised
  • Sure-footed
  • Supreme
  • Supportive
  • Superior
  • Superficial
  • Superb
  • Super
  • Sunny
  • Sulky
  • Sugary
  • Sudden
  • Succulent
  • Succinct
  • Successful
  • Suburban
  • Subtle
  • Substantial
  • Subsequent
  • Submissive
  • Subdued
  • Stylish
  • Sturdy
  • Stupid
  • Stupendous
  • Stunning
  • Studious
  • Strong
  • Striped
  • Striking
  • Strident
  • Strict
  • Strange
  • Straight
  • Stout
  • Stormy
  • Stingy
  • Stimulating
  • Stiff
  • Sticky
  • Stereotyped
  • Steep
  • Steel
  • Steady
  • Steadfast
  • Statuesque
  • Starry
  • Stark
  • Starchy
  • Standing
  • Standard
  • Stale
  • Staking
  • Stained
  • Staid
  • Stable
  • Squiggly
  • Squeamish
  • Squealing
  • Squeaky
  • Square
  • Squalid
  • Spurious
  • Spry
  • Spotty
  • Spotted
  • Spotless
  • Spooky
  • Splendid
  • Spiteful
  • Spiritual
  • Spirited
  • Spiky
  • Spiffy
  • Spicy
  • Spherical
  • Speedy
  • Spectacular
  • Specific
  • Special
  • Sparse
  • Sparkling
  • Spanish
  • Sour
  • Sour
  • Soupy
  • Soulful
  • Sorrowful
  • Sore
  • Sordid
  • Sophisticated
  • Some
  • Somber
  • Solid
  • Soggy
  • Soft
  • Sociable
  • Snotty
  • Snoopy
  • Snobbish
  • Sniveling
  • Sneaky
  • Snarling
  • Snappy
  • Smug
  • Smooth
  • Smoggy
  • Smiling
  • Smelly
  • Smart
  • Smarmy
  • Small
  • Slushy
  • Slow
  • Sloppy
  • Slippery
  • Slimy
  • Slim
  • Slight
  • Sleepy
  • Skinny
  • Skillful
  • Skeletal
  • Sizzling
  • Six
  • Single
  • Sinful
  • Sincere
  • Simplistic
  • Simple
  • Similar
  • Silver
  • Silly
  • Silky
  • Silent
  • Sick
  • Shy
  • Shut
  • Shrill
  • Showy
  • Short-term
  • Short
  • Shoddy
  • Shocking
  • Shocked
  • Shivering
  • Shiny
  • Shimmering
  • Sharp
  • Shameless
  • Shameful
  • Shallow
  • Shaky
  • Shaggy
  • Shady
  • Shadowy
  • Shabby
  • Severe
  • Several
  • Serpentine
  • Serious
  • Serene
  • Separate
  • Sentimental
  • Self-reliant
  • Selfish
  • Self-assured
  • Selective
  • Seemly
  • Sedate
  • Secretive
  • Secret
  • Second-hand
  • Secondary
  • Second
  • Screeching
  • Scrawny
  • Scratchy
  • Scornful
  • Scintillating
  • Scientific
  • Scholarly
  • Scented
  • Scattered
  • Scary
  • Scared
  • Scarce
  • Scant
  • Scandalous
  • Scaly
  • Savory
  • Satisfying
  • Satisfied
  • Sassy
  • Sardonic
  • Sarcastic
  • Sane
  • Sandy
  • Same
  • Salty
  • Safe
  • Sad
  • Sable

Adjectives that Start with S with Examples

Learn adjectives that start with S with example sentences.

  • Wealth is not necessarily synonymous with happiness.
  • The city’s problems are symptomatic of the crisis that is spreading throughout the country.
  • He was enormously sympathetic when my father died.
  • In the summer, it’s sweltering in the smaller classrooms.
  • That which was bitter to endure may be sweet to remember.
  • She was hot and sweaty and had a racing heart.
  • The leading lorry was a large and swanky affair.
  • I was becoming increasingly suspicious of his motives.
  • He looked surprised but soon recovered his self-possession.
  • My family were very supportive throughout the divorce.
  • The enemy won because of their superior numbers.
  • Their arguments do not withstand the most superficial scrutiny.
  • The carving is a superb piece of craftsmanship.
  • The weather was surprisingly warm and sunny.
  • It’s that sugary smile of his that I can’t bear – it makes me want to puke!
  • Cook pieces of succulent chicken with ample garlic and a little sherry.
  • If you are successful, you can expect promotion.
  • Her contribution to the discussion was substantial.
  • Most doctors want their patients to be submissive.
  • The leather is supple and sturdy enough to last for years.
  • I can’t get this bloody stupid thing to work.
  • This stupendous novel keeps you gripped to the end.
  • The dress was absolutely plain but quite stunning.
  • He always pays studious attention to detail.
  • One good head is better than a hundred strong hands.
  • There are some striking similarities between the two plays.
  • She looked lovely, despite her strange apparel.
  • He delivered a straight right at his opponent’s head.
  • Fortunately, the stormy waves caused trifling damage to the boat.
  • The atmosphere was always stimulating.
  • The leaves were covered with a strange sticky substance.
  • She felt embarrassed under his steady gaze.
  • All the frumpy people in their starchy clothes.
  • A little bit of oil works wonders on squeaky hinges.
  • They live in a squalid hut in the poorest part of the village.
  • They set up a spurious temple that was a cover for sexual debauchery.

 

 

Adjectives that Start with T

List of Adjectives that Start with T

  • Typical
  • Twin
  • Turbulent
  • Tubby
  • Truthful
  • Trusty
  • Trustworthy
  • Trusting
  • True
  • Truculent
  • Troubled
  • Trivial
  • Trite
  • Trim
  • Trifling
  • Tricky
  • Triangular
  • Tremendous
  • Treasured
  • Traumatic
  • Trashy
  • Tranquil
  • Trained
  • Tragic
  • Towering
  • Tough
  • Total
  • Torpid
  • Torn
  • Toothsome
  • Tiresome
  • Tired
  • Tiny
  • Tinted
  • Timely
  • Tightfisted
  • Tight
  • Tidy
  • Thunderous
  • Thundering
  • Thrifty
  • Three
  • Threatening
  • Threadbare
  • Thoughtless
  • Thoughtful
  • Thorough
  • Thorny
  • Thirsty
  • Third
  • Thinkable
  • Thin
  • Thick
  • Therapeutic
  • Thankful
  • Testy
  • Tested
  • Terrific
  • Terrible
  • Tepid
  • Tenuous
  • Tense
  • Tender
  • Ten
  • Tempting
  • Temporary
  • Telling
  • Teeny-tiny
  • Teeny
  • Teeming
  • Tedious
  • Tearful
  • Tawdry
  • Taut
  • Tattered
  • Tasty
  • Tasteless
  • Tasteful
  • Tart
  • Tangy
  • Tangible
  • Tan
  • Tame
  • Tall
  • Talkative
  • Talented
  • Tacky
  • Tacit
  • Taboo

Adjectives that Start with T with Examples

Learn adjectives that start with T with example sentences.

  • An eight-hour working day is still typical for many people.
  • She co-starred with her twin sister in a new film.
  • This has been a turbulent week for the government.
  • He was a tubby little man in his fifties, with sparse hair.
  • They were less than truthful about their part in the crime.
  • She spent years touring Europe with her trusty old camera.
  • Can you engage that all his statements are trustworthy?
  • You are too trusting; it’s one of the hard facts of life that not everybody is as honest as you are.
  • True friendship is like sound health. The value of it is seldom known until it is lost.
  • He became very truculent and started arguing with me angrily.
  • You shouldn’t have troubled yourself to prepare such a feast!
  • She showed her inexperience by asking lots of trivial questions.
  • She showed great tact in dealing with a tricky situation.
  • There is a tremendous difference between them.
  • She treasured every moment with her husband.
  • The onset of depression often follows a traumatic event.
  • A lot of people characterize romance as trashy books.
  • A spasm of pain crossed his normally tranquil features.
  • New staff are trained to work without direct supervision.
  • It would be tragic if her talent remained unrecognized.
  • Beethoven was a towering musical genius.
  • The overland route is across some really tough mountains.
  • Nobody can envisage the consequences of total nuclear war.
  • His feeding frenzy exhausted, he was torpid, unable to pay attention to the rat in her maze.
  • It is toothsome, but I can only eat half before it makes me feel a bit sick.
  • Buying a house can be a very tiresome business.
  • The chrome trim and tinted glass differentiate the luxury model from the standard.
  • The road went round in a tight curve.
  • The audience loaded the champion with thunderous applause.
  • Jackie sees the comedy in her millionaire husband’s thrifty habits.
  • The police could have charged them with threatening behaviour.
  • She stood shivering in her threadbare dress.
  • It was rather thoughtless of him, to say the least.
  • She’s very thoughtful – the direct opposite of her sister.
  • Detectives carried out a thorough search of the building.
  • Intellectual property issues are another thorny problem.
  • They all listened to the storyteller with thirsty ears.
  • The war between big powers would once again become thinkable.
  • Her stare was malevolent, her mouth a thin line.
  • They had to approach the castle through thick swamps.
  • Some claim that the herb has therapeutic value for treating pain.
  • I’m just thankful that my mother never lived to see this.
  • The two men enjoy the testy togetherness of married partners.
  • She is decorative, larger than life, a terrific glamourpuss.
  • Their son had been injured in a terrible accident.
  • The United Peace Alliance had only a tenuous connection with the organized Labour movement.
  • There are lots of tender blossoms in the garden.
  • It’s tempting to speculate about what might have happened.
  • I’m living with my parents, but it’s only temporary.

 

List of Adjectives that Start with U

  • Uttermost
  • Uber
  • Udal
  • Utter
  • Utopian
  • Utilized
  • Useless
  • Ulcerated
  • Useful
  • Used
  • Uglesome
  • Usable
  • Ulterior
  • Urban
  • Uptight
  • Ulcerous
  • Upset
  • Ultrasonic
  • Upright
  • Uppity
  • Ulcered
  • Upbeat
  • Umbrageous
  • Unwritten
  • Unwitting
  • Ulmic
  • Unwieldy
  • Umpteenth
  • Unwelcome
  • Unusual
  • Unused
  • Unctuous
  • Untrue
  • Untried
  • Untimely
  • Unctuous
  • Untidy
  • Unsung
  • Unsuitable
  • Underweight
  • Unsteady
  • Unsightly
  • Unselfish
  • Uplifted
  • Unruly
  • Unripe
  • Unrealistic
  • Unpleasant
  • Utmost
  • Unnatural
  • Unlucky
  • Unlined
  • Ultraprecise
  • Unlawful
  • Unknown
  • Unkempt
  • Unabashed
  • United
  • Unique
  • Uninterested
  • Unimportant
  • Unafraid
  • Unhealthy
  • Unhappy
  • Unfortunate
  • Unfolded
  • Unarguable
  • Unfit
  • Unfinished
  • Uneven
  • Ultime
  • Unequaled
  • Unequal
  • Unbeaten
  • Undesirable
  • Understood
  • Understated
  • Unbroken
  • Uncovered
  • Unconscious
  • Uncommon
  • Uncritical
  • Uncomfortable
  • Unbiased
  • Ululant
  • Unbecoming
  • Unaware
  • Universal
  • Unarmed
  • Unaccountable
  • Unable
  • Unlimited
  • Ultra
  • Ultimate
  • Umbellic
  • Ugly
  • Unspoiled
  • Ugliest
  • Ubiquitous
  • Untiring

Examples of Adjectives that Start with U

Uttermost

  • In this uttermost touch, he expresses all love that he can express.

Utter

  • The meeting was a complete and utter waste of time.

Utopian

Utilized

  • Minerals can be absorbed and utilized by the body in a variety of different forms.

Useless

  • He realized that their money was useless in this country.

Ulcerated

  • She had lain in bed for so long that her shoulder blades had become ulcerated.

Useful

  • It would be useful if you could nail down the source of this tension.

Used

  •  ‘Register’ is the term commonly used to describe different levels of formality in language.

Usable

  • The refinery turns crude oil into usable products such as gas and tar.

Ulterior

  • He claims he just wants to help Lisa but I suspect he has an ulterior motive.

Urban

  • With bonfires outlawed in urban areas, gardeners must cart their refuse to a dump.

Uptight

  • He’s an uptight devil, only interested in giving orders and having them obeyed.

Ulcerous

  • The surgeon opened the abdomen and, after examining it carefully, found an adhesion of the ulcerous part to the intestinal loops.

Upset

  • My best friend tells me that I am silly to be upset about this.

Ultrasonic

  • A new intelligent ultrasonic power meter with a large measuring range was developed.

Upright

  • He was an upright and noble man who was always willing to help in any way he could.

Uppity

  • Don’t be so uppity. You do not think we’re good enough for you?

Upbeat

  • The senator took an upbeat view of the Republicans’ chances in the next election.

Umbrageous

  • They have not been as umbrageous in demanding their territory back.

Unwritten

  •  We have unwritten rules about what kind of behavior is considered normal.

Unwitting

  • This has turned drug regulators into unwitting protectors of drug companies.

Unable

  • She was unable to keep up the pretense that she loved him.

Unlimited

  • The daily tariff includes accommodation and unlimited use of the pool and gymnasium.

Ultra

  • The Clarins research team successfully created two ultra-effective products.

Ultimate

  • The ultimate cause of what’s happened seems to have been the advertising campaign.

Ugly

  • An ugly shopping center stands across from one of the few buildings with character.

Unspoiled

  • They come to enjoy the unspoiled environment, the bright blue skies, and the fresh snowfields.

 

Adjectives that Start with V

List of Adjectives that Start with V

  • Vacant
  • Vacillating
  • Vacuous
  • Vagabond
  • Vague
  • Vain
  • Vainglorious
  • Valiant
  • Valid
  • Valorous
  • Valuable
  • Vanishing
  • Vapid
  • Variable
  • Varied
  • Variegated
  • Various
  • Vascular
  • Vast
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Vegetative
  • Vehement
  • Velvet
  • Velvety
  • Venal
  • Venerable
  • Venerated
  • Vengeful
  • Venomous
  • Vents
  • Verbal
  • Verbose
  • Verdant
  • Verifiable
  • Verified
  • Veritable
  • Vernal
  • Versatile
  • Vertical
  • Vexatious
  • Vexed
  • Vexing
  • Vibrant
  • Vicarious
  • Vicious
  • Victorious
  • Vigilant
  • Vigorous
  • Vile
  • Villainous
  • Vindictive
  • Vintage
  • Violent
  • Violet
  • Virgin
  • Virtual
  • Virtuous
  • Virulent
  • Viscid
  • Viscous
  • Visible
  • Visual
  • Vital
  • Vitreous
  • Vitriolic
  • Vituperative
  • Vivacious
  • Vivid
  • Vocal
  • Vocational
  • Vocative
  • Vociferous
  • Voiceless
  • Voidable
  • Volatile
  • Volcanic
  • Voluminous
  • Voluntary
  • Voluptuous
  • Voracious
  • Votive
  • Vulgar
  • Vulnerable
  • Vulpine

Adjectives that Start with V with Examples

Learn adjectives that start with V with example sentences.

  • Halfway down the coach was a vacant seat.
  • In a vacillating economy, it is impossible to calculate resource allotment.
  • Male models are not always so vacuous as they are made out to be.
  • They are living a vagabond life.
  • “Things are moving ahead.”— I found that statement vague and unclear.
  • She’s very vain about her good looks.
  • He was rather vainglorious about his own war record.
  • Despite valiant efforts by the finance minister, inflation rose to 36%.
  • Your return ticket is valid for three months.
  • The warriors were very valorous in the battle.
  • The country’s most valuable commodities include tin and diamonds.
  • Cheap rural housing is vanishing in the south of the country.
  • She made a vapid comment about the weather.
  • The potassium content of foodstuffs is very variable.
  • The hotel has a varied programme of nightly entertainment.
  • The leaves are a variegated red.
  • We disputed with each other on various issues.
  • Migraines are a particularly intense kind of vascular headache.
  • The dictionary is a vast treasure trove of information.
  • She will never forsake her vegetarian principles.
  • She was in what was described as a vegetative state.
  • He had been vehement in his opposition to the idea.
  • Upon her head, she wore a black velvet hat.
  • Her skin was admired for its velvety softness.
  • All politics is venal, and the more so in a poor backwater state like Arkansas.
  • As for Deanes, there’s an old and venerable tradition of the holy fool.
  • Jerusalem is Christianity’s most venerated place.
  • He was stabbed to death by his vengeful wife.
  • He heaped abuse on Waite and made venomous personal attacks.
  • Many strikebreakers were subjected to verbal and physical attacks.
  • Much of the region’s verdant countryside has been destroyed in the hurricane.
  • Throughout the trial, he didn’t produce a single verifiable fact.
  • The rain turned our holiday into a veritable disaster.
  • Everyone admired the young girl’s vernal freshness.
  • He had been one of the game’s most versatile athletes.
  • The gadget can be attached to any vertical surface.
  • It was a vexatious summons, and none of them turned up.
  • Ministers have begun work on the vexed issue of economic union.
  • There remains, however, another and more vexing problem.
  • She gave a vibrant performance in the leading role in the school play.
  • She invents fantasy lives for her own vicarious pleasure.
  • The world was stunned by the vicious defamation.
  • Alexander carried his victorious arms into Northwest India.
  • The thief was spotted by vigilant neighbours.
  • They conducted a vigorous campaign for a shorter working week.
  • Lucas plays the part of his villainous aunt.
  • She was vindictive, vulgar; she wanted to hurt him.
  • He is undoubtedly England’s best captain of recent vintage.
  • The organization helped defuse potentially violent situations.
  • She was pale and willowy, with violet eyes.
  • Journalists said there was a virtual news blackout about the rally.
  • Natalie considered herself very virtuous because she neither drank nor smoked.
  • virulent strain of the disease malignant catarrhal fever is on the increase.
  • She moved as if she were in a dream, wading through viscous liquid.
  • Don’t tempt thieves by leaving valuables clearly visible.
  • These virus infections display obvious visual symptoms.
  • It is absolutely vital that food supplies should be maintained.
  • Fibroplasia was visible from wound to vitreous body.
  • The newspaper launched a vitriolic attack on the president.
  • Miss Snowden yesterday launched a vituperative attack on her ex-boss and former lover.
  • She is a vivacious young lady who combines instructing with commercial flying and club administration.
  • He brought along his wife, a vivacious blonde, some twenty years his junior.
  • Clare was the most vivid member of the family.
  • The new Act allows for the creation of vocational schools.
  • The vocative case is used to address someone by name.
  • His resentment of her behaviour was becoming more vociferous.
  • For example, extraneous voiceless stops are often hypothesized at utterance onset.
  • How to provide void marriage and voidable marriage in marriage law?
  • It’s thought that the blast occurred when volatile chemicals exploded.
  • The place was recently visited by a serious volcanic eruption.
  • There is a voluminous literature on modernism and post-modernism.
  • It’s the kind of swimwear that flatters a voluptuous body.

 

Adjectives that Start with W

List of Adjectives that Start with W

  • Wacky
  • Waggish
  • Waiting
  • Wakeful
  • Wan
  • Wandering
  • Wanting
  • Warlike
  • Warm
  • Warmhearted
  • Warped
  • Wary
  • Wasteful
  • Watchful
  • Waterlogged
  • Watery
  • Wavy
  • Weak
  • Wealthy
  • Weary
  • Webbed
  • Wee
  • Weepy
  • Weighty
  • Weird
  • Welcome
  • Well-documented
  • Well-groomed
  • Well-informed
  • Well-lit
  • Well-made
  • Well-off
  • Well-to-do
  • Well-worn
  • Wet
  • Whimsical
  • Whirlwind
  • Whispered
  • Whispering
  • White
  • Whole
  • Wholesale
  • Whopping
  • Wicked
  • Wide
  • Wide-eyed
  • Wiggly
  • Wild
  • Willing
  • Wilted
  • Winding
  • Windy
  • Winged
  • Wiry
  • Wise
  • Wistful
  • Witty
  • Wobbly
  • Woebegone
  • Woeful
  • Womanly
  • Wonderful
  • Wooden
  • Woozy
  • Wordy
  • Workable
  • Worldly
  • Worn
  • Worried
  • Worrisome
  • Worse
  • Worst
  • Worthless
  • Worthwhile
  • Worthy
  • Wrathful
  • Wretched
  • Writhing
  • Wrong
  • Wry

Adjectives that Start with W with Examples

Learn the list of common adjectives that start with W example sentences.

  • I don’t want to make the novel sound wacky, let alone conspiratorial.
  • The house had been facetiously named by some waggish officer.
  • She had spent many wakeful nights worrying about him.
  • Usually, his cases involved errant husbands and wandering wives.
  • Certain humanity is wanting in big cities.
  • Military planes flew over the country in a warlike action.
  • The room was flooded with warm and golden sunlight.
  • She was a warmhearted, generous old lady.
  • The door must be warped. It won’t close properly.
  • She was wary of getting involved with him.
  • Duties have been reassigned to avoid wasteful duplication of work.
  • We keep a watchful eye on our elderly neighbours.
  • They couldn’t play because the pitch was waterlogged.
  • Martha managed to produce a dim, watery smile.
  • The boxes were decorated with a wavy gold line.
  • Circumstances are the rulers of the weak, instruments of the wise.
  • Jiao Zi looks like a gold coin, implying a wealthy year ahead.
  • Mark lines for webbed feet with the back of a knife.
  • I’ll have a wee drop of cream in my coffee.
  • Those old weepy movies always make me feel blue.
  • The question of his innocence is a weighty matter for this court.
  • It was a weird old house, full of creaks and groans.
  • This is a generous and well-documented enterprise.
  • She’s marrying a well-groomed successful businessman named Paul.
  • The scandal was dug up by a well-informed journalist.
  • Many pensioners are less well-off than they used to be.
  • Brass tarnishes quickly in wet weather.
  • McGrath remembers his offbeat sense of humour, his whimsical side.
  • He got married after a whirlwind romance.
  • white car rocketed out of the school gate.
  • From beginning to end his conduct had been despicable and wicked.
  • At that time, I was still a wide-eyed youngster.
  • The woods are inhabited by many wild animals.
  • Willing to work under pressure with leardership quality.
  • winding lane led down towards the river.
  •  It was so windy that the branches were scraping against the window panes.
  • The winged adult mosquitoes emerge from the pupae.
  • Richard Cory was a little man with wiry hair.
  • He is wise that knows when he’s well enough.
  • Rosalie Naumann contributed her wistful smile.
  • Her music is witty, ironic and allusive.
  • There’s no need to look so woebegone – we can get it fixed.
  • She was looking very woeful, with her eyes red and swollen.
  • The photos brought back some wonderful memories.
  • The film is spoiled by some very wooden acting.
  • The woozy aftermath of surgery can feel equally surreal.
  • This let me believe I am a wordy person.
  • They held this way to be workable.
  • After twenty minutes I started to get worried.
  • But the underlying conditions are still very worrisome.
  • This contract is worthless; you’ve been taken for a ride!
  • It is worthwhile to note that both suffered persecution.
  • The British considered him a worthy adversary.
  • Mike clench his hand with a wrathful spark in his eyes.
  • I was shocked to see their wretched living conditions.
  • Stop blubbering and tell me what’s wrong.

 

 

Words that Start with X

List of X Words

  • Xantham
  • Xanthan
  • Xanthans
  • Xanthate
  • Xanthations
  • Xanthein
  • Xanthene
  • Xanthic
  • Xanthin
  • Xanthine
  • Xanthins
  • Xanthism
  • Xanthochroia
  • Xanthochroic
  • Xanthochroid
  • Xanthoma
  • Xanthomatous
  • Xanthone
  • Xanthophyll
  • Xanthophylls
  • Xanthopsias
  • Xanthopterin
  • Xanthous
  • Xebec
  • Xebecs
  • Xenarthrans
  • Xenia
  • Xenial
  • Xenias
  • Xenic
  • Xenium
  • Xenobiotics
  • Xenocrystic
  • Xenodochium
  • Xenodochiums
  • Xenogamy
  • Xenogeneses
  • Xenogenesis
  • Xenogenetic
  • Xenogeny
  • Xenoglossia
  • Xenoglossies
  • Xenolith
  • Xenologists
  • Xenology
  • Xenomorphic
  • Xenon
  • Xenons
  • Xenophobias
  • Xenophya
  • Xenoplastic
  • Xenopus
  • Xenotime
  • Xenurine
  • Xerafin
  • Xerafins
  • Xeranses
  • Xeransis
  • Xeranthemum
  • Xeranthemums
  • Xerantic
  • Xerarch
  • Xerasia
  • Xeric
  • Xeriscaping
  • Xerochasies
  • Xerodermatic
  • Xerographer
  • Xerographers
  • Xerographic
  • Xeroma
  • Xeromas
  • Xeromata
  • Xeromorphic
  • Xeromorphous
  • Xerophagies
  • Xerophilies
  • Xerophilous
  • Xerophytism
  • Xerophytisms
  • Xerosere
  • Xeroses
  • Xerosis
  • Xerostomias
  • Xerotes
  • Xerothermic
  • Xerotic
  • Xerotripses
  • Xerotripsis
  • Xerox
  • Xeroxed
  • Xeroxes
  • Xeroxing
  • Xerus
  • Xiphiplastra
  • Xiphisterna
  • Xiphisternum
  • Xiphoid
  • Xiphoids
  • Xiphopagous
  • Xiphopaguses
  • Xiphosurans
  • Xoana
  • Xoanon
  • Xylan
  • Xylans
  • Xylem
  • Xylems
  • Xylene
  • Xylenes
  • Xylenol
  • Xylenols
  • Xylic
  • Xylidin
  • Xylidine
  • Xylidins
  • Xylitol
  • Xylobalsamum
  • Xylocarp
  • Xylocarpous
  • Xylogen
  • Xylogens
  • Xylographed
  • Xylographer
  • Xylographers
  • Xylographic
  • Xylographies
  • Xylographing
  • Xyloid
  • Xylol
  • Xylology
  • Xylols
  • Xyloma
  • Xylomas
  • Xylomata
  • Xylonic
  • Xylonite
  • Xylophagans
  • Xylophagous
  • Xylophilous
  • Xylophonist
  • Xylophonists
  • Xylose
  • Xyloses
  • Xylotomists
  • Xylotomy
  • Xylyl
  • Xylyls
  • Xyridaceous
  • Xyster
  • Xysters
  • Xysti
  • Xystoi
  • Xystos
  • Xysts
  • Xystus

Common Words that Start with X with Examples

  • I am grateful to my friend, James Eban, for making available his Tibetan copy of the autobiography so that I was able to compare it with my own xylographic copy – so old and worn.
  • The preparation of activated carbons from xylogen by steam activation method is reviewed.
  • Chewing sugarless gums, especially those with xylitol, can help reduce decay and increase the flow of saliva.
  • The product is mixed by six kinds of xylenol foreign matters.
  • Once in the xylem, the salts are carried passively in the transpiration stream to the upper parts of the plant.
  • With the increase of the xylan contents in broiler diets, the true availabilities of nutrients except P decreased.
  • Cut along the natural direction of brisket at xiphoid and get the top meat.
  • Common agents for the treatment of senile xerosis are moisturizing ointments or ointments containing steroids and urea.
  • This is a new xerographic printer.
  • The end result is polarized xenon.
  • Xanthophyll from the marigold flower is a potent antioxidant.
  • Xanthan and other hydrocolloids are now part of the tool kit of high – end chefs.
  • The effects of mass concentration, aeration rate, feeding mode, settling time on the biodegradation of butyl xanthate were investigated.

 

 

List of Words that Start with Y

  • Ya
  • Yabber
  • Yabbered
  • Yabbering
  • Yabbers
  • Yabbie
  • Yabbies
  • Yabby
  • Yacht
  • Yachted
  • Yachter
  • Yachters
  • Yachting
  • Yachtings
  • Yachtman
  • Yachtmen
  • Yachts
  • Yachtsman
  • Yachtsmen
  • Yack
  • Yacked
  • Yacking
  • Yacks
  • Yager
  • Yagers
  • Yagi
  • Yagis
  • Yah
  • Yahoo
  • Yahooism
  • Yahooisms
  • Yahoos
  • Yahrzeit
  • Yahrzeits
  • Yaird
  • Yairds
  • Yak
  • Yakitori
  • Yakitoris
  • Yakked
  • Yakker
  • Yakkers
  • Yakking
  • Yaks
  • Yakuza
  • Yald
  • Yam
  • Yamalka
  • Yamalkas
  • Yamen
  • Yamens
  • Yammer
  • Yammered
  • Yammerer
  • Yammerers
  • Yammering
  • Yammers
  • Yams
  • Yamulka
  • Yamulkas
  • Yamun
  • Yamuns
  • Yang
  • Yangs
  • Yank
  • Yanked
  • Yankee
  • Yanker
  • Yanking
  • Yanks
  • Yanqui
  • Yanquis
  • Yantra
  • Yantras
  • Yap
  • Yapock
  • Yapocks
  • Yapok
  • Yapoks
  • Yapon
  • Yapons
  • Yapped
  • Yapper
  • Yappers
  • Yapping
  • Yappingly
  • Yaps
  • Yar
  • Yard
  • Yardage
  • Yardages
  • Yardarm
  • Yardarms
  • Yardbird
  • Yardbirds
  • Yarded
  • Yarder
  • Yarders
  • Yarding
  • Yardland
  • Yardlands
  • Yardman
  • Yardmaster
  • Yardmasters
  • Yardmen
  • Yards
  • Yardstick
  • Yardsticks
  • Yardwand
  • Yardwands
  • Yardwork
  • Yardworks
  • Yare
  • Yarely
  • Yarer
  • Yarest
  • Yarmelke
  • Yarmelkes
  • Yarmulke
  • Yarmulkes
  • Yarn
  • Yarned
  • Yarner
  • Yarners
  • Yarning
  • Yarns
  • Yarrow
  • Yarrows
  • Yashmac
  • Yashmacs
  • Yashmak
  • Yashmaks
  • Yasmak
  • Yasmaks
  • Yatagan
  • Yatagans
  • Yataghan
  • Yataghans
  • Yatter
  • Yattered
  • Yattering
  • Yatters
  • Yaud
  • Yauds
  • Yaup
  • Yauped
  • Yauping
  • Yaupon
  • Yaupons
  • Yaups
  • Yautia
  • Yautias
  • Yaw
  • Yawed
  • Yawey
  • Yawing
  • Yawl
  • Yawled
  • Yawling
  • Yawls
  • Yawmeter
  • Yawmeters
  • Yawn
  • Yawned
  • Yawner
  • Yawners
  • Yawning
  • Yawningly
  • Yawns
  • Yawp
  • Yawped
  • Yawper
  • Yawpers
  • Yawping
  • Yawpings
  • Yawps
  • Yaws
  • Yay
  • Yays
  • Yea
  • Yeah
  • Yealing
  • Yealings
  • Yean
  • Yeaned
  • Yeaning
  • Yeanling
  • Yeanlings
  • Yeans
  • Year
  • Yearbook
  • Yearbooks
  • Yearend
  • Yearends
  • Yearlies
  • Yearling
  • Yearlings
  • Yearlong
  • Yearly
  • Yearn
  • Yearned
  • Yearner
  • Yearners
  • Yearning
  • Yearningly
  • Yearnings
  • Yearns
  • Years
  • Yeas
  • Yeasayer
  • Yeasayers
  • Yeast
  • Yeasted
  • Yeastier
  • Yeastiest
  • Yeastily
  • Yeastiness
  • Yeasting
  • Yeastless
  • Yeastlike
  • Yeasts
  • Yeasty
  • Yeatsian
  • Yecch
  • Yecchs
  • Yech
  • Yechs
  • Yechy
  • Yegg
  • Yeggman
  • Yeggmen
  • Yeggs
  • Yeh
  • Yelk
  • Yelks
  • Yell
  • Yelled
  • Yeller
  • Yellers
  • Yelling
  • Yellow
  • Yellowcake
  • Yellowed
  • Yellower
  • Yellowest
  • Yellowfin
  • Yellowfins
  • Yellowhammer
  • Yellowhammers
  • Yellowing
  • Yellowish
  • Yellowlegs
  • Yellowly
  • Yellowness
  • Yellows
  • Yellowtail
  • Yellowtails
  • Yellowthroat
  • Yellowthroats
  • Yellowware
  • Yellowwares
  • Yellowwood
  • Yellowwoods
  • Yellowy
  • Yells
  • Yelp
  • Yelped
  • Yelper
  • Yelpers
  • Yelping
  • Yelps
  • Yemeni
  • Yen
  • Yeniseian
  • Yenned
  • Yenning
  • Yens
  • Yenta
  • Yentas
  • Yeoman
  • Yeomanly
  • Yeomanries
  • Yeomanry
  • Yeomen
  • Yep
  • Yeps
  • Yerba
  • Yerbas
  • Yerk
  • Yerked
  • Yerking
  • Yerks
  • Yes
  • Yeses
  • Yeshiva
  • Yeshivah
  • Yeshivahs
  • Yeshivas
  • Yeshivot
  • Yeshivoth
  • Yessed
  • Yesses
  • Yessing
  • Yesterday
  • Yesterdays
  • Yestereve
  • Yestereves
  • Yestern
  • Yesternight
  • Yesternights
  • Yesteryear
  • Yesteryears
  • Yestreen
  • Yestreens
  • Yet
  • Yeti
  • Yetis
  • Yett
  • Yetts
  • Yeuk
  • Yeuked
  • Yeuking
  • Yeuks
  • Yeuky
  • Yew
  • Yews
  • Yo
  • Yob
  • Yobbo
  • Yobboes
  • Yobbos
  • Yobibyte
  • Yobo
  • Yobs
  • Yock
  • Yocking
  • Yocks
  • Yoctosecond
  • Yoctoseconds
  • Yod
  • Yodel
  • Yodeled
  • Yodeler
  • Yodelers
  • Yodeling
  • Yodelled
  • Yodeller
  • Yodellers
  • Yodelling
  • Yodels
  • Yodh
  • Yodhs
  • Yodle
  • Yodled
  • Yodler
  • Yodlers
  • Yodles
  • Yodling
  • Yods
  • Yoga
  • Yogas
  • Yogh
  • Yoghourt
  • Yoghourts
  • Yoghs
  • Yoghurt
  • Yoghurts
  • Yogi
  • Yogic
  • Yogin
  • Yogini
  • Yoginis
  • Yogins
  • Yogis
  • Yogistic

 

 

List of Words that Start with Z

  • Za
  • Zabaglione
  • Zabagliones
  • Zabaione
  • Zabaiones
  • Zabajone
  • Zabajones
  • Zacaton
  • Zacatons
  • Zaddick
  • Zaddik
  • Zaddikim
  • Zaffer
  • Zaffers
  • Zaffre
  • Zaffres
  • Zaftig
  • Zag
  • Zagged
  • Zagging
  • Zags
  • Zaibatsu
  • Zaikai
  • Zaikais
  • Zaire
  • Zairean
  • Zaires
  • Zairese
  • Zakat
  • Zamarra
  • Zamarras
  • Zambian
  • Zamia
  • Zamias
  • Zamindar
  • Zamindari
  • Zamindaris
  • Zamindars
  • Zanana
  • Zananas
  • Zander
  • Zanders
  • Zanier
  • Zanies
  • Zaniest
  • Zanily
  • Zaniness
  • Zany
  • Zanyish
  • Zap
  • Zapateado
  • Zapateados
  • Zapotec
  • Zapotecan
  • Zapped
  • Zapper
  • Zappers
  • Zappier
  • Zappiest
  • Zapping
  • Zappy
  • Zaps
  • Zaptiah
  • Zaptiahs
  • Zaptieh
  • Zaptiehs
  • Zaratite
  • Zaratites
  • Zareba
  • Zarebas
  • Zareeba
  • Zareebas
  • Zarf
  • Zarfs
  • Zariba
  • Zaribas
  • Zarzuela
  • Zarzuelas
  • Zas
  • Zastruga
  • Zastrugi
  • Zax
  • Zaxes
  • Zayin
  • Zayins
  • Zazen
  • Zazens
  • Zeal
  • Zealot
  • Zealotries
  • Zealotry
  • Zealots
  • Zealous
  • Zealously
  • Zealousness
  • Zeals
  • Zeatin
  • Zeatins
  • Zebec
  • Zebeck
  • Zebecks
  • Zebecs
  • Zebibyte
  • Zebra
  • Zebrafish
  • Zebrafishes
  • Zebraic
  • Zebras
  • Zebrass
  • Zebrasses
  • Zebrawood
  • Zebrawoods
  • Zebrine
  • Zebrines
  • Zebroid
  • Zebu
  • Zebus
  • Zecchin
  • Zecchins
  • Zechin
  • Zechins
  • Zed
  • Zedoaries
  • Zedoary
  • Zeds
  • Zee
  • Zees
  • Zein
  • Zeins
  • Zeitgeber
  • Zeitgebers
  • Zeitgeist
  • Zeitgeists
  • Zek
  • Zeks
  • Zelkova
  • Zelkovas
  • Zemindar
  • Zemindaries
  • Zemindars
  • Zemindary
  • Zemstva
  • Zemstvo
  • Zemstvos
  • Zenana
  • Zenanas
  • Zenith
  • Zenithal
  • Zeniths
  • Zeno
  • Zeolite
  • Zeolites
  • Zeolitic
  • Zep
  • Zephyr
  • Zephyrs
  • Zeppelin
  • Zeppelins
  • Zeppola
  • Zeppole
  • Zeppoles
  • Zeps
  • Zeptosecond
  • Zeptoseconds
  • Zerk
  • Zerks
  • Zero
  • Zeroed
  • Zeroes
  • Zeroing
  • Zeros
  • Zeroth
  • Zest
  • Zested
  • Zester
  • Zesters
  • Zestful
  • Zestfully
  • Zestfulness
  • Zestier
  • Zestiest
  • Zestily
  • Zesting
  • Zestless
  • Zests
  • Zesty
  • Zeta
  • Zetas
  • Zettabyte
  • Zettabytes
  • Zeugma
  • Zeugmas
  • Zeugmatic
  • Zibeline
  • Zibelines
  • Zibet
  • Zibeth
  • Zibeths
  • Zibets
  • Zidovudine
  • Zidovudines
  • Zig
  • Zigged
  • Zigging
  • Ziggurat
  • Ziggurats
  • Zigs
  • Zigzag
  • Zigzagged
  • Zigzagger
  • Zigzaggers
  • Zigzagging
  • Zigzaggy
  • Zigzags
  • Zikkurat
  • Zikkurats
  • Zikurat
  • Zikurats
  • Zilch
  • Zilches
  • Zill
  • Zillah
  • Zillahs
  • Zillion
  • Zillionaire
  • Zillionaires
  • Zillions
  • Zillionth
  • Zills
  • Zimbabwean
  • Zin
  • Zinc
  • Zincate
  • Zincates
  • Zinced
  • Zincic
  • Zincified
  • Zincifies
  • Zincify
  • Zincifying
  • Zincing
  • Zincite
  • Zincites
  • Zincked
  • Zincking
  • Zincky
  • Zincoid
  • Zincous
  • Zincs
  • Zincy
  • Zine
  • Zineb
  • Zinebs
  • Zines
  • Zinfandel
  • Zinfandels
  • Zing
  • Zingaro
  • Zinged
  • Zinger
  • Zingers
  • Zingier
  • Zingiest
  • Zinging
  • Zings
  • Zingy
  • Zinkenite
  • Zinkenites
  • Zinky
  • Zinnia
  • Zinnias
  • Zins
  • Zionist
  • Zip
  • Zipless
  • Ziplock
  • Zipped
  • Zipper
  • Zippered
  • Zippering
  • Zippers
  • Zippier
  • Zippiest
  • Zipping
  • Zippo
  • Zippy
  • Zips
  • Ziram
  • Zirams
  • Zircaloy
  • Zircaloys
  • Zircon
  • Zirconia
  • Zirconias
  • Zirconic
  • Zirconium
  • Zirconiums
  • Zircons
  • Zit
  • Zither
  • Zitherist
  • Zitherists
  • Zithern
  • Zitherns
  • Zithers
  • Ziti
  • Zitis
  • Zits
  • Zizith
  • Zizz
  • Zizzle
  • Zizzled
  • Zizzles
  • Zizzling
  • Zoa
  • Zoantharian
  • Zoantharians
  • Zoaria
  • Zoarial
  • Zoarium
  • Zocalo
  • Zocalos
  • Zodiac
  • Zodiacal
  • Zodiacs
  • Zoea
  • Zoeae
  • Zoeal
  • Zoeas
  • Zoftig
  • Zoic
  • Zoisite
  • Zoisites
  • Zolaesque
  • Zombi
  • Zombie
  • Zombielike
  • Zombies
  • Zombification
  • Zombifications
  • Zombified
  • Zombifies
  • Zombify
  • Zombifying
  • Zombiism
  • Zombiisms
  • Zombis
  • Zona
  • Zonae
  • Zonal
  • Zonally
  • Zonary
  • Zonate
  • Zonation
  • Zonations
  • Zone
  • Zoned
  • Zoneless
  • Zoner
  • Zoners
  • Zones
  • Zonetime
  • Zonetimes
  • Zoning
  • Zonk
  • Zonked
  • Zonking
  • Zonks
  • Zonula
  • Zonulae
  • Zonular
  • Zonulas
  • Zonule
  • Zonules
  • Zoo
  • Zoochore
  • Zoochores
  • Zooecia
  • Zooecium
  • Zooey
  • Zoogamete
  • Zoogametes
  • Zoogenic
  • Zoogenies
  • Zoogenous
  • Zoogeny
  • Zoogeographer
  • Zoogeographers
  • Zoogeographic
  • Zoogeographical
  • Zoogeographically
  • Zoogeographies
  • Zoogeography
  • Zooglea
  • Zoogleae
  • Zoogleal
  • Zoogleas

Learn more with a list of words that start with x in English.

Words that Start with Z with Examples

Examples of some common words that start with Z in English.

  • He zagged down the street on his bicycle.
  • Methods Entomological taxonomy and zoogeography principles and Methods were used in this study.
  • I agree that the demise of the London zoo would be terrible.
  • The new treaty establishes a free trade zone.
  • He always greeted me with a new zinger.
  • Without practice, hopes will be reduced to zero.
  •  Sometimes you can find a Zebra flatworm sharing the snail shell with the hermit crab.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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