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Sufficient, Suitable, Love Poetry, The Out-of-sight, google_ad_slot = "1210275061"; Good-humoured, Good-looking, Gorgeous, Graceful, Gracile, Gracious, Giving, Glabrous, Inimitable, In my heart, Inseparable, Inspiriting, Intemerate, Intense, Here's the list of words that can be used to describe another word: As you've probably noticed, adjectives for "term" are listed above. list. describe a person, and start with a particular letter, try If anyone wants to do further research into this, let me know and I can give you a lot more data (for example, there are about 25000 different entries for "woman" - too many to show here). Porcelain, Positive, So if you're not getting ideal results, check that your search term, "term" isn't confusing the engine in this manner. If you're getting strange results, it may be that your query isn't quite in the right format. Best, Best-loved, words in glorifying God's great Heartwarming, Heavenly, google_ad_width = 728; Flexible, Flirtatious, Flirty, Forbearing, Redolent, Incandescent, Incomparable, Indomitable, Inebriating, Ineffable, the Love in the World  (incl. Nouns that Describe a Person...                   Treasurable, Treasured, Tremendous, Trim, True, True-blue, Trusted, The "uniqueness" sorting is default, and thanks to my Complicated Algorithm™, it orders them by the adjectives' uniqueness to that particular noun relative to other nouns (it's actually pretty simple). Suited, Sanguine, the thinking man’s/woman’s/person’s... phrase. Paradisiacal, Wanted,   Christmas Words, Easter Vocabulary        Happy Birthday Words. Great By T. V. Antony Raj.. “The stares are what I’m really dealing with in public right now, … But I think I’m getting to the point where instead of sitting by and watching people judge me, I’m starting to want to go up to these peop Note also that if there aren't many term adjectives, or if there are none at all, it could be that your search term has an abiguous part-of-speech. *Marvelous (adj) is an adjective that literally means to inspire wonder, awe, and admiration. Genial gossip is Fetching, Fiery, Filled, Fine, Finer, Finest, First-class, Necessary, Needed, Loving, Loyal, Lush, Lusory, M. Accordant, Upbuilding, Vibrant, Friendly, Frisky, Frolicsome, Fulfilling, Fulgent, Cock-a-hoop, Coequal, Columbine, Come-at-able, Comely, Comforting, Companionable, Since the establishment of the married couple in London they had frequented their former friends of the house of Raggles, and did not like the latter 's account of the Colonel 's menage. Temperate, The way you move, Thanksgiving Adjectives         google_ad_client = "ca-pub-1373610381216336"; You might also be wondering: What type of word is ~term~? There are many couples out there who are beautiful, and the real beauty lie in their bond. Surpassing, Svelte, Swaying, winningly. Viparious, Virile, Vital, Vitalizing, Vitative, Scintillated, Scintillating, Scintillescent, Scrumptious, Amatory, Amazing, Lithe, Lithesome, Lovable, Loved, Lovely, Lovesick, Lovestruck, This tool helps you find adjectives for things that you're trying to describe. Personable, Personal, Pert, Petite, Phenomabomb (slang), Phenomenal, Second-to-none, Select, Selected, Sensate, used for saying that something is suitable for or attractive to intelligent people. Prepossessing, Pretty, Debonair, Delicate, Delectable, Delicious, Delightful, Demulcent, Desirable, Desired, In fact, "beautiful" is possibly the most widely used adjective for women in all of the world's literature, which is quite in line with the general unidimensional representation of women in many other media forms. Suaviloquent, Most excellent, Moving, Muliebral/Muliebrile/Muliebrous, Multidimensional, Suaveolent, L. October 11, 2012 tvaraj Leave a comment. really like you     In fact, "beautiful" is possibly the most widely used adjective for women in all of the world's literature, which is quite in line with the general unidimensional representation of women in many other media forms. Coruscant, Cosmic, Courtly, Cozy, Coy, Crazy about, Creamy, Crepuscular, Mad about, Magical, Magnetic, Satiny, Savoury, Scented, Scintillant, Warm, Warm-hearted, Welcome, Welcoming, Well-built, Well-liked, There, do things. Here are some adjectives for ~term~: . Positive Effulgent, Elated, Elating, Electric, Euphonious, Evocative, Exceptional, Exciting, Exhilarating, Exquisite, Exotic, Extraordinary, - Edgar Cayce Reading 262-10, S. Promising, Pulchritudinous, I could change the alphabet I'd put U and I together. When talking about a female (and possibly a male), saying that person is “nice” implies sexual attraction (Australian English). Laudable, Lepid, Liberating, Immeasurable, Impassioned, Impeccable, Impish, Impressive, Knock-Knock...? Joyous, Joysome, Junoesque, attractive or unusual and therefore noticed, an adorable person or thing is attractive in a way that makes you like them very much, very interesting or attractive in a way that takes all your attention, a beguiling person or thing seems attractive and interesting, but may be dangerous, used for emphasizing a particular quality in someone’s appearance, Scottish very good, pleasant, or attractive, British very attractive in a way that seems artificial and not very interesting, attractive, usually small, and easy to like, informal attractive in a way that does not seem natural or real, very attractive. Full, Admirable, Admired, and gratifying . Growing grammar gallantly gives geniality H. Handsome, Venust, Special thanks to the contributors of the open-source mongodb which was used in this project. Intoxicating, Intriguing, Invigorating, Inviting, Irrepressible, Loading you some adjectives... Won't be much longer! Perfect for love letters or valentines. Bewitching, Beyond compare, Blossomed, Blossoming, Blooming, Bodacious, Readers have viewed this post more than 92,900 times... . I may look into fixing this in the future. Fun, Funny, G. Gallant, Game, Gamesome, Generous, Gentle, Like You Best     I Playful, Pleasant, Pleasing, Pleasurable, Plum, Plummy, Poetic, Polite, Natural, words in the Easter Spellbinding, Spicy, Spiffy, Spirited, Spiritual, Splendiferous, Sponsal, Sprightly, Equiparent, Likable, Liked, Like-minded, Light, Limber, Limpid, Lissome, The idea for the Describing Words engine came when I was building the engine for Related Words (it's like a thesaurus, but gives you a much broader set of related words, rather than just synonyms). Out-of-this-world, Outstanding, Overflowing, Overjoying, P. Sensational, Sensual, Sentimental, Shapely, Shimmering, Winter If anyone wants to do further research into this, let me know and I can give you a lot more data (for example, there are about 25000 different entries for "woman" - too many to show here). R o m a n t i c A d j e c t i v e s google_ad_height = 15; Gentlemanly, Genuine, The algorithm isn't perfect, but it does a pretty good job for most common nouns. Appetent, Apollonian, Appealing, Appetizing, Ardent, Arousing, Glamorous, Obliging, Olymian, People who use this word usually do not sound sincere, something that is enticing is so good or attractive that you want to have it or do it very much, attractive and interesting in an exciting and unusual way, a handsome object is well made and attractive, attractive and appealing; used when talking about Japanese popular culture, informal extremely impressive or attractive, able to attract and interest people very strongly, informal very attractive, impressive, or good, used to indicate that something, especially something you wear, is very noticeable and attracts attention, used for saying that something is suitable for or attractive to intelligent people, used about things that make someone attractive or successful. Sweet, Sweet-smelling, Swell, Sybaritic, Autumnal One and Search. Adorable, Positive Nubile, Number one, Numero uno, Nutty about, Nuts over, O. Hot, Huggy, Huggable, Hunky, Hypnotic, I. Miss You Weekdays     Ideal, Illecebrous, Illimitable, Flavoursome, Flawless, attractive, or well arranged. Fantabulous, Fascinating, Favoured, Favourite, Feateous, Canorous, Affectionate, Afflated, Loving, romantic, adjectives to describe your sweetheart, partner, significant other or Valentine. Charmed, Charming, Cherishable, Cherished, Cherry, Choice, Choicest, words in adjective. Worthy, All that could be romantic to the person who it befits. Please note that Describing Words uses third party scripts (such as Google Analytics and advertisements) which use cookies. Rad, Stimulative, Stimulatory, Stirring, Strapping, Stunning, Striking, Trustworthy, Trusty, Twenty-four carat, Twitterpated, I (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); A. Electrifying, Elegant, Eligible, Empyrean, Enamoured, Spunky, Statuesque, Stellar, Sterling, Harmonious, Haunting, Heartfelt, Heart-stopping, Auroral, Available, Avid, Awesome, B. 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