List of Adjectives: 200 Popular Adjectives in English

List of Adjectives!!! This lesson shows you a list of adjectives, adjective definition, and adjectives examples in English.

List of Adjectives

Adjective Definition: An adjective is a part of speech which describes, identifies or quantifies a noun or a pronoun. An adjective modifies a noun or a pronoun so that it will become more specific and interesting.

Adjectives examples:

  • She was a very beautiful woman.
  • The dolphin is an intelligent animal.
  • This dish is delicious with cream.
  • I was too nervous to eat.
  • The baby put his tiny hand in mine.

This list of adjectives in English is a good place to start expanding your English vocabulary.

  • Abrupt
  • Acidic
  • Adorable
  • Amiable
  • Amused
  • Appalling
  • Appetizing
  • Average
  • Batty
  • Beautiful
  • Blushing
  • Bored
  • Brave
  • Bright
  • Broad
  • Bulky
  • Burly
  • Charming
  • Cheeky
  • Cheerful
  • Chubby
  • Clean
  • Clear
  • Cloudy
  • Clueless
  • Clumsy
  • Cool
  • Creepy
  • Crooked
  • Cruel
  • Cumbersome
  • Curved
  • Cynical
  • Dangerous
  • Dashing
  • Decayed
  • Deceitful
  • Deep
  • Defeated
  • Defiant
  • Delicious
  • Disturbed
  • Dizzy
  • Drab
  • Drained
  • Dull
  • Eager
  • Ecstatic
  • Elated
  • Elegant
  • Emaciated
  • Embarrassed
  • Enchanting
  • Energetic
  • Enormous
  • Extensive
  • Exuberant
  • Fancy
  • Fantastic
  • Fast
  • Fierce
  • Filthy
  • Flat
  • Floppy
  • Fluttering
  • Foolish
  • Frantic
  • Fresh
  • Friendly
  • Frightened
  • Frothy
  • Funny
  • Fuzzy
  • Gaudy
  • Gentle
  • Ghastly
  • Giddy
  • Gigantic
  • Glamorous
  • Gleaming
  • Glorious
  • Gorgeous
  • Graceful
  • Greasy
  • Grieving
  • Gritty
  • Grotesque
  • Grubby
  • Grumpy
  • Handsome
  • Happy
  • Healthy
  • Helpful
  • Helpless
  • High
  • Hollow
  • Homely
  • Hot
  • Horrific
  • Huge
  • Hungry
  • Hurt
  • Icy
  • Ideal
  • Intelligent
  • Irritable
  • Itchy
  • Intrigued
  • Irate
  • Jealous
  • Jittery
  • Jolly
  • Joyous
  • Juicy
  • Jumpy
  • Kind
  • Lethal
  • Little
  • Lively
  • Livid
  • Lonely
  • Lovely
  • Lucky
  • Ludicrous
  • Macho
  • Mute
  • Narrow
  • Nasty
  • Naughty
  • Nervous
  • Nutty
  • Perfect
  • Perplexed
  • Petite
  • Petty
  • Plain
  • Pleasant
  • Poised
  • Pompous
  • Precious
  • Prickly
  • Proud
  • Pungent
  • Puny
  • Quaint
  • Reassured
  • Relieved
  • Repulsive
  • Responsive
  • Ripe
  • Robust
  • Rotten
  • Rotund
  • Rough
  • Round
  • Salty
  • Sarcastic
  • Scant
  • Scary
  • Scattered
  • Scrawny
  • Selfish
  • Shaggy
  • Shaky
  • Shallow
  • Sharp
  • Shiny
  • Short
  • Silky
  • Silly
  • Skinny
  • Slimy
  • Slippery
  • Small
  • Straight
  • Sweet
  • Tart
  • Tasty
  • Teeny
  • Tender
  • Tense
  • Terrible
  • Testy
  • Thankful
  • Thick
  • Tight
  • Timely
  • Tricky
  • Trite
  • Uneven
  • Tiny
  • Uptight
  • Vast
  • Vexed
  • Vivid
  • Wacky
  • Weary
  • Zany
  • Zealous
  • Zippy

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