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List of Adjectives: 100 Common Adjectives Used to Describe Things

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Here are some adjectives (mainly used with things) for you to learn. Try to use these adjectives in meaningful sentences. These minimum adjectives will help you to speak simple English to an extent.

  1. Fresh
  2. Dry
  3. Wet
  4. Clear
  5. Sultry
  6. Hot
  7. Windy
  8. Open
  9. Shout
  10. Live
  11. Alive
  12. Intelligent
  13. Idiotic
  14. Early
  15. Rainy
  16. Sorrowful
  17. Enough
  18. Notorious
  19. Good
  20. Fantastic
  21. Super
  22. Tremendous
  23. Fine
  24. Considerable
  25. Clean
  26. Dirty
  27. Costly
  28. Murky
  29. Airy
  30. Cold
  31. Breezy
  32. Closed
  33. Long
  34. Sharp
  35. Clever
  36. Crazy
  37. Late
  38. Sad
  39. Peaceful
  40. Well-known
  41. Peculiar
  42. Nice
  43. Excellent
  44. Superb
  45. Fabulous
  46. Meritorious
  47. Affectionate
  48. Cheap
  49. Thin
  50. Thick
  51. Dark
  52. Warm
  53. Tired
  54. Useful
  55. Narrow
  56. Broad
  57. Blunt
  58. Stupid
  59. Lunatic
  60. Sunny
  61. Happy
  62. Troubled
  63. Popular
  64. Strange
  65. Wonderful
  66. Marvelous
  67. Appreciable
  68. Significant
  69. Beautiful
  70. Attractive
  71. Fat
  72. Lean
  73. Tender
  74. Bright
  75. Cool
  76. Energetic
  77. Useless
  78. Wide
  79. Dead
  80. Brilliant
  81. Foolish
  82. Mad
  83. Cloudy
  84. Joyful
  85. Sufficient
  86. Famous
  87. Unknown
  88. Great
  89. Amazing
  90. Admirable
  91. Praise worthy
  92. Terrible
  93. Kind
  94. Deep
  95. Shallow
  96. Light
  97. Rough
  98. Smooth
  99. Movable
  100. Immovable

Try to add more adjectives (used with things) in your comments.

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